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It’s official. The Japanese government has recalled its whale-killing fleet from Antarctica, citing interference from activists from Sea Shepherd. The withdrawal is a resounding victory for whales and all the organizations working to stop Japan’s killing of whales and dolphins.
Journalist Hans Peter Roth reports that whale and dolphin meat sales have been hurt by concerns for mercury contamination in Japan.
In Taiji, due to weather, there was no dolphin slaughter today. David Rinehart of Save Japan Dolphins talks about food choices.
Another day in Taiji of dolphin hunting and blood, as reported by David Rinehart, volunteer for Save Japan Dolphins.
Our volunteer monitor in Taiji, David Rinehart, reports that the dolphin slaughter has returned to the Cove.
Today, the dolphin killers of Taiji did not leave port again, but David Rinehart visited the notorious Taiji Whale Museum complete with stupid pet tricks and an array of dolphin and whale body parts.
Today, David Rinehart checks out the captive dolphins in Taiji recently caught, while Ric O'Barry discusses mercury in dolphin meat.
Save Japan Dolphins' David Rinehart reports that the dolphin killers in Taiji are back to catching dolphins for the live trade.