NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 11, 1976
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(Studio) Report on whale controversy.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Puget Sound, WA) 5 killer whales captured from sound to be shipped across United States as entertainers for Sea World. Environmentalists object to their capture and future use. [Aquarium director, Don GOLDSBERRY - says he and ex-partner have done more for whales than all environmentalists put together. They've spread facts about whales.] Protests occurred in Olympia and Seattle. Group chants "Save the whales." United States district judge forbids removal of whales until there's full hearing. Governor, attorney general and 2 Senators protest capture and moving.
REPORTER: Rick Davis
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