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  • The Annual Slaughter Begins in Taiji, but the Japanese Are Shunning Dolphin Meat

    The annual dolphin hunt at the cove in Taiji, Japan, began on Monday. For the next six months, hundreds of dolphins will be rounded up and killed, their meat sold in stores and restaurants in Japan and other countries. Taiji dolphin products are riddled with mercury. The Environmental Investigative Agency, a London-based nonprofit, purchased nine dolphin products and found that eight of them ...

  • ?Dolphin?s Tale? Aquarium Scraps Plans to Make Its Stars Perform

    Florida?s Clearwater Marine Aquarium, home to the tailless dolphin star Winter, appears to be returning to its original mission of ?rescue, rehabilitation, and release,? canceling plans to host dolphin shows in a brand-new stadium. Clearwater Aquarium chief executive David Yates made the announcement earlier this week when discussing plans for the facility?s multimillion-dollar expansion in ...

  • 'Dolphin Tale' aquarium plans to drop animal shows

    CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) ? No animal performances will be held at a redesigned aquatic center planned by the Florida aquarium featured in the "Dolphin Tale" movies.

  • Dolphin hunting season kicks off in Japan

    The controversial six-month dolphin hunting season began on Monday in the infamous town of Taiji, but bad weather would delay any killing, a local official told AFP. "The dolphin hunting season started today and will last until the end of February," said an official of the Taiji fisheries association, adding the season for hunting pilot whales, which also begins today, will last until April.

  • Dolphin gets beached, dies in Medellin as Lapu-Lapu eyes pro-shark measure

    A FEMALE rough-toothed dolphin died after being beached in Sitio Guiwanon, Barangay Poblacion in Medellin late afternoon Wednesday. Medellin Mayor Ricardo Ramirez said he ordered the prompt burial of the mammal in the municipal landfill to prevent people from using its meat.



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