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Our first Japanese Cove Monitor, Sakura, reports on a devastating kill of pilot whales in the Cove.
Our volunteer videographer, Melissa Thompson Esaia, prepared this video of highlights of our events on the beach of the Cove on Sept. 1st, complete with insults flung at us from Japanese extreme nationalists.
The dolphin hunters of Taiji have changed their game this year, making it hard for our volunteer Cove Monitors to keep up with them. Becca Jurczak reports on the capture of bottlenose dolphins.
Ric O'Barry is in Tokyo for a special mission, but in Taiji, the first successful hunt of the season brings pilot whales to the Cove. Three are kept for captivity; the rest are slaughtered.
What is it like to be a Cove Monitor for Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project?
Ric O'Barry joins the Dolphin Project Team in Kii-Katsuura near Taiji, and our Team is refused entry to the notorious Taiji Whale Museum.
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.
Our buses with our Dolphin Project Team members arrive in Taiji, ready to be at the Cove tomorrow, the opening day of the dolphin hunt season.