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Dolphin Slaughter = Dolphin Kill? An Investigation of "The Cove" and its Financial Affect on U.S. Aquaria
 

Dolphin Slaughter = Dolphin Kill? An Investigation of "The Cove" and its Financial Affect on U.S. Aquaria

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    Dolphin Slaughter = Dolphin Kill? An Investigation of "The Cove" and its Financial Affect on U.S. Aquaria Dolphin Slaughter = Dolphin Kill? An Investigation of "The Cove" and its Financial Affect on U.S. Aquaria Presentation Transcript

    • Dolphin Slaughter Dolphins in U.S. Aquaria?
    • Sources
      • Ric O'Barry's “The Cove” presented by the Oceanic Preservation Society ( http://www.thecovemovie.com/ )
      • “ SeaWorld Has a Whale of Financial Debt in Their Financial Tank” written by Candace Calloway Whiting for the Seattle Pi ( http://bit.ly/fnGd80 )
      • The National Marine Fisheries Service's Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) of 1972 ( http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/pdfs/laws/mmpa.pdf )
      • Google Image Search
    • The 2009 Documentary “The Cove” was widely accepted by audiences in the United States. “ The Cove” won an Academy Award for Best Documentary in 2010.
    • Ric O'Barry falsely claims that he trained dolphins for the “Flipper” television series. Ric was hired on the “Flipper” television series as an Underwater Camera Specialist. (Source wishes to remain anonymous) Ric eagerly accepted the opportunity to help “babysit” the dolphins in between shots for “Flipper”; no employees were specifically hired to train dolphins.
    • Every year, about 2,500 dolphins are brutally killed in the small fishing town of Taiji, Japan. Most of the dolphins are used for meat. Only about one percent of the captured Taiji dolphins are shipped to aquariums.
    • Dolphins cost about $200,000 U.S . Killer whales cost about $2,000,000 U.S .
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCFoLCJUhiY&feature=channel_video_title
    • “ The MMPA prohibits, with certain exceptions, the "take" of marine mammals in U.S. waters and by U.S. citizens on the high seas, and the importation of marine mammals and marine mammal products into the U.S. ” (Source: National Marine Fisheries Service)
    • Exception to the MMPA: dolphins like Winter
    • So, what does “The Cove” have to do with captive whales and dolphins in the United States?
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vn9t_L_wuD4&feature=channel_video_title
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    • In 2010 Dawn Brancheau drowned by Tilikum Four killer whales died Within all three of the SeaWorld parks.
    • SeaWorld is currently trying to refinance $1 billion in debt by adding new shows and attractions to all three of their parks.
    • If you are still not satisfied with seeing whales and dolphins in captivity, you can always see them in the wild!