Hi everyone, welcome to a new episode of WHALEZONE.TV, which is now available on our blog!
In this episode, our Marine Biologist Marylou explains what we think about dolphins in captivity?
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Interview of Richard O’Barry – A whale of a business from Frontline online
1) Bottlenose Dolphins by drone – Courtesy of Tiago Batista and Terra Azul Azores Whale Watching
2) Captive Dolphins – Bullying caused by stress and boredom – Capture by unknown
3) The Complete 2019 SeaWorld “Blue Horizons” Dolphin Show – Capture by unknown
4) Dolphins Fishing On Land – Courtesy of BBC Earth
5) The island’s Coral World Aquarium in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands – Capture by unknown
6) Orca Crying in Captivity – Capture by unknown