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"The Cove" - a documentary about the story of the annual dolphin slaughter in Taiji, Japan
Flipper's trainer, Richard O'Barry, takes you through the lengths required to document the annual bloody slaughter of 23,000 dolphins in Taiji, Japan. A little town with a really big secret. This documentary illustrates what takes place in Taiji, Japan and what the real story is behind modern day captivity of dolphins (think origins to Sea World) and the atrocities associated with the slaughter in a hidden cove in Japan. From copious amounts of mercury, to ruthless techniques in the killings, to media blackouts. Photo Credit: Shot from Overlook: Shot of the cove. Photos Courtesy of Oceanic Preservation Society.

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