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Latest campaigns from Save Japan Dolphins:

Wear Your Support! EFX Wristband Helps Save Dolphins

WEAR YOUR SUPPORT! EFX WRISTBAND HELPS SAVE DOLPHINS

December 3, 2012 by David Phillips, Save Japan Dolphins

Help Dolphins!

Wear Your Support; 100% of Proceeds from Dolphin Wristband  Donated to Dolphin Project!

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Saving Marcos: One Day at a Time

SAVING MARCOS: ONE DAY AT A TIME

December 3, 2012 by Ric O’Barry, Earth Island Institute

In Almerimar, Spain, the local grassroots volunteer group PROMAR is successfully raising a young striped dolphin, Marcos, to be released back into the sea, despite many looming roadblocks.

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A First: Japanese Protest the Dolphin Hunts!

A FIRST: JAPANESE PROTEST THE DOLPHIN HUNTS!

November 26, 2012 by Ric O’Barry, Earth Island Institute

For the first time, Japanese animal rights activists stage a major demonstration against the dolphin and whale hunts in Tokyo.

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Enson Inoue and Ric Help Fukushima Victims

ENSON INOUE AND RIC HELP FUKUSHIMA VICTIMS

November 1, 2012 by Mark Palmer, Save Japan Dolphins

Ric O’Barry and Tim Burns help Enson Inoue deliver much needed supplies to victims of the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster in northern Japan.

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Japan’s Growing Animal Rights Movement

JAPAN’S GROWING ANIMAL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

October 30, 2012 by Ric O’Barry, Earth Island Institute

In Tokyo, our volunteeer Cove Monitor Hans Peter Roth reports on an Anti-fur Demonstration organized and led by Japanese activists.

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Dolphin Deaths Continue in the Cove

DOLPHIN DEATHS CONTINUE IN THE COVE

November 18, 2012 by Ric O’Barry, Earth Island Institute

Our Volunteer Cove Monitor Tia Butt reports on the Risso’s Dolphin Slaughter from Friday.

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Cove Update and Goodbye for Now

COVE UPDATE AND GOODBYE FOR NOW

November 29, 2012 by Ric O’Barry, Earth Island Institute

Our volunteer Cove Monitor Tia Butt leaves Taiji, but witnesses an epic struggle between pods of Risso’s dolphins and the dolphin hunters.

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Weather Is Key to Dolphin Survival

WEATHER IS KEY TO DOLPHIN SURVIVAL

November 20, 2012 by Ric O’Barry, Earth Island Institute

Volunteer Cove Monitor Tia Butt reports on Monday’s slaughter of Risso’s dolphins in Taiji.

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Trainer: Tilikum past darker than SeaWorld said

TRAINER: TILIKUM PAST DARKER THAN SEAWORLD SAID

April 4, 2011 by Mark J. Palmer, Save Japan Dolphins

CBS interviews a former SeaWorld trainer about the danger to trainers from Tilikum, the captive orca, returning to public shows at the aquarium.

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SeaWorld’s Hypocrisy

SEAWORLD’S HYPOCRISY

September 24, 2011 by Ric O’Barry, Earth Island Institute

SeaWorld is putting out a press release to emphasize their “rescue” work with dolphins, whales, and seals, but don’t buy what they are trying to sell.

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Scientists Speak Out Against the Slaughter

SCIENTISTS SPEAK OUT AGAINST THE SLAUGHTER

March 23, 2012 by Ric O’Barry, Earth Island Institute

Scientists from around the globe have signed a petition to end the dolphin slaughter in Taiji, Japan, calling it unethical.

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Mikura Island: Where Japanese Love Wild Dolphins

MIKURA ISLAND: WHERE JAPANESE LOVE WILD DOLPHINS

August 15, 2011 by Ric O’Barry, Earth Island Institute

I traveled to Mikura Island this past summer, where the Japanese people love their dolphins.

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