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09-Sep-2012

  • Ric O?Barry Op-Ed: A Return to the Dolphin Hunts

    Our Dolphin Project Team and I are returning to Taiji once again to oppose the killing of hundreds of dolphins and to warn the people of Japan about the dangers of eating mercury-contaminated dolphin meat. 


  • Fears for missing baby Port dolphin

    Messenger West: THE first dolphin calf to be born in the Port River this year, Kalea, is missing and presumed dead.


  • Japanese Dolphin Hunter Has Epiphany, Now Runs Sightseeing Tours of the Beloved Sea Creature

    In the saga of dolphins versus hunters in Japan, one fisherman in Japan has managed to turn the story around.


  • Mercury Poisoning From Dolphin Meat Remains a Major Concern for 'Cove' Activists

    During dolphin drive hunting season, hundreds of dolphins in the southern coastal town of Taiji, Japan, face capture and slaughter at the hands of local fishermen. While some are ensnared to become marine park show toys, many others are killed for their meat, soon to be packaged and sold on supermarket shelves in Japan.


  • Florida Residents Dive Into Dolphin Interaction And Sea Trek Reef Encounter Deal This Fall At Miami Seaquarium

    MIAMI, Sept. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Sunshine state residents are in for a special dolphin and reef encounter deal. Starting September 4th through December 14, 2012, Florida residents will enjoy up to ...


  • Ready, Set, Kill: Japan?s Dolphin Hunting Season Begins

    Their iconic leader wasn?t in attendance, but their peaceful message remained the same: stop slaughtering dolphins, Japan.


  • Dolphin Dan?s not the tech man

    Digital Domain Media Group, creator of special effects in the ?Transformers? films and James Cameron?s ?Titanic,? plunged to a record low after it began a restructuring that may prompt a bankruptcy filing. Digital Domain fell 39 percent to 60 cents, for the biggest decline and lowest price since an...


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