Winning a Grammy HAS to be one of the most special moments in someone's life which is why we don't blame Meghan Trainor at all when she got EXTREMELY emotional after winning the Best New Artist award this year!
Even though it's been a couple of months since the award show though, the 22-year-old artist STILL hadn't received her award as it had to be specially engraved.
An orca (AKA killer whale) at an aquatic attraction in the Canary Islands was captured on video in distress, banging its head against the enclosure as it tried to escape its small confinement.
Ric O'Barry's organization, Dolphin Project, captured the video (above) at Loro Parque, an attraction in the Spanish island territory just off the coast of Africa, and it shows some distressing moments.
The attraction apparently has six orca whales on premises, all of which are owned by SeaWorld. Four were sent there to breed, while one was born at the park, and the sixth was rescued from the wild.
It's that sixth whale -- named Morgan -- that O'Barry's activists believe is the one banging its head against the enclosure wall in the video.
Activists contend that she is stressed and scared in her enclosure, with one citing a study that observed her having trouble with a larger, more aggressive male orca that is affecting her quality of life: