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Trying to Save Dolphins From Death on 'Blood Dolphins' (VIDEO)
- Ric O'Barry is a former dolphin trainer who gained fame in the 1960s. He captured and trained the dolphins who played the title character in the popular television show ...
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Continuing the work that began in the Academy Award-winning film ``The Cove,'' dolphin activist Ric O'Barry and his filmmaker son Lincoln travel to Taiji, Japan, and the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific to confront cultural, political and economic forces that affect the world's dolphins. The two remote locations are ground zero for dolphin slaughter and captive trade, either scenario a sad fate for one of the most remarkable and loved creatures on the planet.
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