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Japan / Dolphin Hunt / O'Barry Interview #1058859

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 21, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The horror of the traditional dolphin hunt in Japan featured; scenes shown of the dolphins herded into a cove where they are captured or slaughtered; a statement from US Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy against the dolphin hunt quoted. "The Cove" documentary mentioned. [In interview from Miami, Earth Island Inst. marine mammal specialist Ric† O'BARRY - says the dolphin hunt actually started in 1969 and is not traditional; suggests people not buy tickets to dolphin shows to end the capture of dolphins; says Yoko Ono and Kennedy are speaking out.]
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