Tina Hunter
Tina Hunter

This is totally unacceptable and horrifying!! I'm outraged that this is going on in Taiji, Japan. The fishermen that murder these beautiful creatures must STOP this supposed tradition. Japan, stop ignoring this and take action NOW!!

Crystal Norval
Crystal Norval

I wanted to swim with dolphins but not anymore this is so sad!

Randi Goodwin
Randi Goodwin

I have been so lucky to be able to swim with wild dolphins in Va Beach and they are beautiful and gentle creatures. I am so outraged that the treatment and slaughtering of these beautiful, innocent creatures. Please invite the world to stop this cruelty and spread the word on what is going on in Japan for our entertainment! Sick.........

Marley Ricardez
Marley Ricardez

Makes me sick to my stomach to see people buying tickets to see these amazing creatures in captivity. Do they not feel compassion towards them? Theyare killing them slowly nd supporting that. Shame on them! They deserve to be in their natural habitat & to be free!! Lord who sees everything will make sure these sick fucks pay!

Kathy Huntley
Kathy Huntley

I am in Canada. I am so sick to my stomach after seeing what's happening to our BEAUTIFUL Dolphins! They Think its play time when they see Humans cause that's how close and that how they Relate to us Humans.

joyce shelnutt
joyce shelnutt

Why is our humans so cruel, have humans lost all emotions and feeling for anything, parents need to show better teachings to their children, than this awful way of life, God created all species, not just humans, please teach young the real way nature is suppose to be. not this cruelty. heartless way ,pray for understanding of life.

Harry Coetzee
Harry Coetzee

Must be protected , just like the Rhino.

Berenice Barba
Berenice Barba

Salviamo I delfini - sono intelligentissimi e ci aiutano!

Sonia Singh
Sonia Singh

Dolphin song

We left at night.
In silence
Wielded our way across the sleeping shore.
Said farewell to some who stayed behind.
& took to sea for evermore.

We swam for hours, for days, as far from shore as strength permitted.
We found the uninhabited islands of the sea.
& near them made our nesting places.

We rested on sunlit rocks, seawashed & salty.
Gradually our bodies changed.
The sea surf washed away traces.
Of hair & slowly our colours changed.
To the sea’s own.
We knew, we no...

Dolphin song

We left at night.
In silence
Wielded our way across the sleeping shore.
Said farewell to some who stayed behind.
& took to sea for evermore.

We swam for hours, for days, as far from shore as strength permitted.
We found the uninhabited islands of the sea.
& near them made our nesting places.

We rested on sunlit rocks, seawashed & salty.
Gradually our bodies changed.
The sea surf washed away traces.
Of hair & slowly our colours changed.
To the sea’s own.
We knew, we no longer were beings of Earth.
When the first baby was born.
To us finned.

We are, did you not know, your brothers.
From the same tribe.
But we chose the sea way.
& you
stayed on the shore.
So we grew far apart.
& you forgot us.

But we , like all.
Migrating mammals
never forgot.
so whenever you needed our help & we could reach you.
we came.
Whenever you called us.
We rescued you.

Whenever you listen.
You will be able to hear our song.
For although our songs now are fading.
They are imprinted on your brain.
They are the same songs.
We once sang together.
Each to each.

When will you tune in.
& let
the melody play.
When will you realise.
That I am you.
And you are I.

Let it not be.
When it is far too late.
For both of us.
For our existence is intertwined.
Like earth & sea.
Like dusk & dawn.

Listen well then.
To our dolphin song.

Mike Obermaier
Mike Obermaier

Indefensible. Period.

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