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With the hunts at end in Taiji, our Save Japan Dolphins volunteer Brian Barnes heads to Iwate Prefecture in northern Japan to record the hunts for Dall's porpoises.
Students at Prince Andrew School on the island of St. Helena decided to do an art project about The Cove; see what you think.
Our volunteer monitor in Taiji, Brian Barnes, is refused when applying for a "swim-with-dolphins" program at Dolphin Base, but he manages to film the crowded shallow tank.
Our volunteer monitor in Taiji, Brian Barnes, has taken video of the filthy conditions for captive dolphins and photographs of trainers injecting drugs into fish fed to the dolphins.
Captive dolphins are being moved around, as reported by Save Japan Dolphins' Brian Barnes, while the dolphin hunters continue fishing.
In Taiji, the fishermen are back to fishing, not slaughtering dolphins, according to our volunteer monitor, Brian Barnes.
Save Japan Dolphins volunteer Brian Barnes watches dolphins being training in the rain in Taiji.
Our volunteer in Taiji, Brian Barnes, reports on the shut down of the dolphin slaughter, but captivity hunts apparently will continue, this time for orcas!