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International team to tackle world zoo & aquarium organization

Gland - An international team of dolphin advocates opposed to the Taiji dolphin drives will gather at the headquarters of the World Association of Zoos & Aquariums (WAZA) this week, to discuss the exclusion of one of its members.

Japanese groups pressure WAZA to act against dolphin drives

Three Japanese conservation groups are placing pressure on the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) to take action and ask the Japan Association of Zoos and Aquariums (JAZA), to comply with the WAZA Code of Ethics.

Some people in Japan don't take mercury contamination seriously Special

Tsukuba - Sakae Hemmi of Elsa Nature Conservancy in Japan, discusses the toxicity of dolphins and why the Japanese government, despite tests to the contrary, insists the meat is safe to consume. Elsa also reveals the number of dolphins captured and sold abroad.

'Not all Taiji people are pro-dolphin hunting' – Sakae Hemmi Special

Tsukuba - Sakae Hemmi of Elsa Nature Conservancy in Japan talks about the struggle to educate Japanese citizens on the toxicity of dolphin meat and describes how tackling the dolphin drives from within her country, with a carefully balanced approach.
 

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This still image taken from a video captured by Japan s Elsa Nature Conservancy  created a wave of p...
This still image taken from a video captured by Japan's Elsa Nature Conservancy, created a wave of protest when it was released in 1999. It shows a bottlenose dolphin convulsing in its own blood after having its throat cut.
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