Dolphins in Captivity

As of this writing, Taiji, Japan remains ground zero for the capture and distribution of wild dolphins to amusement parks, dolphinariums, and swim-with-dolphin programs worldwide, fetching as much as $200,000 for a trained dolphin.
The sanctuary, which will involve enclosed areas in natural ocean water, will be the first of its kind.
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Marino said the CNN documentary "Blackfish," a controversial film about orcas in captivity and the killing of a Sea World
Similarly, in April, 13-year-old Julia Bluhm petitioned Seventeen magazine to print one unedited photo shoot per month. She
Filmmakers can't really figure out why Japanese fishermen and the Japanese government are still hell-bent on killing dolphins.