01 Oct '17, 8am

#Dolphins R stolen from the wild & kept as slaves 4 your entertainment!

Do you know where your entertainment comes from? Video asks Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has released a video about dolphin captivity today, the same day that Japan begins its annual six-month dolphin drive in Taiji. The video, titled "Where Does Your Entertainment Come From?" begins with shots of dolphins performing at a marine park to enthusiastic crowds. The video takes a turn when the same footage begins to go in reverse, but goes further back to trace just how dolphins end up in these dolphinariums in the first place. That route goes backwards to include crane shots of dolphins being transported, trained in sea pens, the bloody waters of the infamous Cove in Taiji, Japan, and beyond. The accompanying text posted on Sea Shepherd's You Tube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter account reads: "Every year from September 1st to March 1st , thousands of dolphins are viciou...

Full article: http://www.seashepherd.org/news-and-commentary/news/sea-s...

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