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Captivity  
   

Dolphins with Jobs (and what you can do about it)
A Guidebook for Dolphin Defenders, by Richard O'Barry, Marine Mammal Specialist, One Voice.
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One Voice Dolphin Rescue in Haiti
See Video : http://www.wozoproductions.org/pages/video_pages/video_seven.htm

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Protocol for the rehabilitation and release of captive atlantic bottlenose dolphins (tursiops truncatus)
By Richard O'Barry, Marine Mammal Specialist, One Voice.

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A Healing Art
How we prepare captive dolphins to return to the wild. By Richard O'Barry, Marine Mammal Specialist, One Voice.
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Dolphin crisis in Antigua 
Emotions were running high in Antigua this month when a polluted pond next to a captive dolphin swim program flooded, causing damage to businesses and private property. The deplorable idea was suggested to alleviate the flooding by letting the polluted water flow right into the dolphin enclosure. We were able to convince the authorities that such an undertaking would expose the confined dolphins to great danger. The nine dolphins were relocated to another facility on a nearby island, and we are now campaigning to ensure that dolphin captivity is banned from Antigua forever.
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Victory for Dolphin Defenders

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Has 'Freedom' really died in the Cayman Islands ?
Six am Sunday morning, March 21, the One Voice Dolphin Rescue team received a phone call from Billy Adam who is spearheading the “Keep Dolphins Free in the Cayman Islands” campaign. The help of One Voice was needed immediately, he said. Two men had found a young dolphin in the water off South Sound Road, Grand Cayman. According to eye witnesses, the dolphin had stranded himself in shallow water and wasn't moving much.

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Capture : a traumatizing experience that can end in death
Whether in nets, with pincers or lassos, the capture of dolphins is invariably traumatic
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Fish for tricks
How can a dolphin be made to perform tricks in a pool? By controlling its food.
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Dolphin slaughter
   
Secret Memo Reveals Support Role of Japan's Aquarium Industry in Dolphin Slaughter
Offers to Buy More Dolphins Encouraged by Aquarium Association Memo.

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Deadly Dolphin Capture in Futo
Our team was there to document it when, in October 2004, more than 100 Risso‚s dolphins were captured by the fishermen in Taiji, Japan. Divers from the dolphin captivity industry forced the dolphins ashore, selected their pick of dolphins and let the fishermen kill the rest.
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Taiji : the Dolphin Torture Chamber
Once again, One Voice has been to Japan to monitor and document the annual slaughter of dolphins. This time we have teamed up with Earth Island Institute (EII) of the United States and Elsa Nature Conservancy of Japan.
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Dolphins are killed and captured in Taiji
Helene and Ric O’Barry see how the animals were selected by trainers for their shows.
 
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A One Voice Team, Helene and Ric O'Barry,
was present in Japan during the dolphin slaughters

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Meanwhile, the killing continues
By March 2004, some 20,000 dolphins will have perished with the full consent of the Japanese government, which has authorized this, past and future hunting seasons.
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