If a dolphin were captured by Japanese fishermen and sold at great profit to a faraway amusement park, but no one was willing to fly the animal there, would the fishermen want to capture more dolphins? Probably not.
Hoover Container Solutions (?Hoover? or the ?Company?), a subsidiary of Hoover Group, Inc., has acquired Dolphin Energy Equipment LLC (?Dolphin?), a leading provider of cargo and waste management rental equipment and related consumables in the Gulf of Mexico region.
Hoover Container Solutions and Dolphin Energy Equipment will host media interviews during the Louisiana Gulf Coast Oil Exhibition (LAGCOE), Oct. 22-24, in Lafayette, La. at the Cajundome and Convention Center.
True imitation is a rarity in the animal kingdom. Dolphins are able to mimic other dolphins behavior, especially when trained to do so as part of a do-as-I-do experiment. Even when blindfolded, the dolphins had no trouble figuring out what another dolphin was doing from sound alone. Interestingly, when imitating the far stranger behavior of a swimming human, blindfolded dolphins used ...
The fight over Mexican tuna, and whether it is truly fished using dolphin safe practices, rages on. Mexico recently won a two decade long fight to get its tuna labeled dolphin safe. The WTO this month ruled in its favor. But the U.S. still refuses to allow Mexican tuna with a dolphin safe label on store shelves. Mexico says it's had enough and is preparing to retaliate with trade sanctions on U ...
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Open Road Films, along with SB Films and Dolphin Films, will release the highly-anticipated film, BELIEVE, nationwide on Christmas Day 2013. On each Monday prior ...
seamus_with_dolphin Masaki Wada is a Japanese official from Taiji?the dolphin-meat-happy town from the 2009 documentary The Cove. This Week, he announced a plan to build a park where anyone can swim and play with dolphins, ?while tasting various marine products, including whale and dolphin meat.?
Do animals pay a price for fame?
How to Collect a Dead Dolphin [Slide Show]
Tokyo (AFP) - The Japanese town made infamous by the Oscar-winning documentary "The Cove" will open a marine park where visitors can swim with dolphins, but officials said Monday its annual slaughter of the creatures will continue in a nearby bay.
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