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Taiji Dolphin Drives

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  • 1. Who knew the beautiful city of Taiji, Japan…
    could be so…
  • 2. UGLY?!
  • 3. Were dolphins
    really meant
    for our
    entertainment?
  • 4. Or are we being selfish…
    Keeping them from living the life they were intended to live?
  • 5. They can remember the way it was…
  • 6. …before they were spotted by the Taiji fishermen,
    and were herded toward the Cove…
  • 7. 8% of the dolphins never make it to the Cove,
    because of stress induced by the loud clanging noises the fishermen make
    in order to herd them into the cove.
  • 8. Once in the Cove they are
    held overnight awaiting
    the next day,
    were animal brokers
    pick through the dolphins.
  • 9. Where the dolphins
    will spend the rest of
    their shortened
    lives in captivity.
  • 10. Then, after the “choice” dolphins are sold,
    the slaughtering happens…
  • 11. Unwanted dolphins are then sold to the meat market.
  • 12.
  • 13. After seeing the way dolphins act in the wild, and how
    they are treated by the fishermen, it should be clear
    that the hunting and killing of these beautiful creatures
    is wrong.
  • 14. Why wait until the dolphins
    are on the endangered
    species list before
    taking action?
    That’s something even the Japanese should agree on.

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