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Los delfines han evolucionado por millones de años, adaptándose perfectamente a la vida marina. Los problemas relacionados con el cautiverio incluyen, pero no se limitan, a los siguientes hechos.
Good news from India: No dolphinariums will be authorized by the government!
Wear Your Support; 100% of Proceeds from Dolphin Wristband Donated to Dolphin Project!
The Georgia Aquarium wants to import eighteen belguas caught in the wild, but almost half the belugas kept in the aquariums supporting the permit have died in captivity.
Ten Philippine organizations give Ric O'Barry an award for his inspiration and leadership of efforts to protect and free dolphins in captivity.
Today, on the beach at the Cove, among the jeers and insults of the extreme nationalists, 34 Dolphin Project activists from Japan and around the world made a stand for the dolphins and the health of the people of Japan.
At long last, some former SeaWorld dolphin and other whale trainers are starting to speak out against captivity, in the wake of the tragic death of a trainer.
A new decision by a World Trade Organization (WTO) panel is mixed for the Dolphin Safe tuna label.
Ric O'Barry tells of blood dolphins caught in the Solomon Islands, trained in the Philippines, but destined for small tanks in Singapore.
Traveling circuses in Indonesia feature dolphins as the main act. Watch this heart-wrenching video and take action.
SeaWorld is putting out a press release to emphasize their "rescue" work with dolphins, whales, and seals, but don't buy what they are trying to sell.
Save Japan Dolphins is launching a new campaign to encourage Hotel Chains and Cruise Lines to stop offering swim-with-dolphins excursions to their clients.