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  • Japan begins annual dolphin hunt

    The slaughter of dolphins has begun again in a small Japanese village, in a controversial annual hunt that pits Western environmentalist values against what locals say are traditional hunting practices.

  • Japan's controversial dolphin hunt

    Critics say it's barbaric, but the residents of Taiji, western Japan say it's their way of life.

  • Family Filmgoer reviews ?Dolphin Tale 2? and ?The Maze Runner?

    Movie reviews with kids in mind. This week, an adaptation of the young adult novel.

  • 'Dolphin Tale' hero's new home tangled in aquarium politics

    By Letitia Stein CLEARWATER Fla. (Reuters) - The family-friendly hit "Dolphin Tale," whose sequel opened in theaters this weekend, tells the true story of a dolphin who learns to swim without a tail. The movie ends with Winter, the tail-less dolphin, helping save the struggling Florida aquarium that rescued her. "Winter can't do those kind of shows, even if we wanted to, which we don?t," said ...

  • Second dolphin takes up residence off Aran island

    Irish Whale and Dolphin Group urges people to show respect towards marine mammals

  • Dolphin Tale 2 swims into hearts

    In 2011, moviegoers fell in love with a rescued dolphin named Winter who needed a prosthetic tail fin when she sustained an injury in the wild. Clearwater Marine Hospital became famous after the film?s release, with thousands of visitors flocking to Florida to meet this real-life inspiring mammal.

  • Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic Returns With Even More to Enjoy

    The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Food & Wine Classic returns for the fifth year to the Epcot Resort Area hotel October 31 - November 1, featuring more than 40 food and wine stations, 10 food and ...

  • Family Filmgoer reviews ?Dolphin Tale 2?

    Movie reviews with kids in mind: This week, a sequel about a dolphin with a prosthetic tail.



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