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Southern California friends!
Join us for a fundraiser trip aboard @captdaveswhalewatching in Dana Point on October 27th 🐬
HOW TO BOOK:
- Call Captain Dave's at 1-949-488-2828
- Ask for the trip at 10:30 AM on October 27, 2019
- Make sure to MENTION the Dolphin Project Fundraiser for a portion of your ticket to be donated to us!
RSVP on the event page here by tapping the link in our bio!
Thank you to Captain Dave's for helping us put together this unique event! The waters of Dana Point are home to one of the world's densest populations of dolphins, including long and short beaked common dolphins (like these!) as well as several other cetacean species. 💞 Thank you my friend
Via: @dolphin_project #dolphinlover#dolphinmall#dolphine
Los especialistas están comprometidos con el bienestar y calidad de vida de los Mamíferos Marinos ❤️🐬 Diego: "Estar con lobos marinos fue algo que siempre quise hacer y el pasar tiempo con Pepe es de lo mejor, me identifico por que los 2 somos igual de grandes pero buena onda." 😄👌🏻 #DolphinDiscovery#ComparteFelicidad
Who else loves dolphins?! Here in Hawaii it’s not uncommon to spot spinner dolphins! They’re active and nocturnal, resting in the shallows during the day 🏝 Look for their fins skimming the surface or their wild spinning jumps early in the morning! Dolphins in general are social mammals and are extremely intelligent. They are said to have their very own language and do things just for the fun of it....similar to tribal bellydancers 😄 See for yourself by becoming a dolphin patreon! Learn all the tricks, become part of the dance community, and have tons of fun doing it! See the link in our bio to get started 🐬
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There are 9 species on the drive hunt quota for the 2019/20 season in Taiji, Japan. The following number of each species are permitted to be taken from the wild (captured or slaughtered) during the season:
450 Striped Dolphins
298 Bottlenose Dolphins
280 Pantropical Spotted Dolphins
251 Risso’s Dolphins
100 Pacific White Sided Dolphins
101 Short Finned Pilot Whales
49 False Killer Whales
20 Rough Toothed Dolphins
200 Melon Headed Whales
This is a total of 1749 dolphins; a lower number compared to some past seasons. However, no dolphin should be subjected to capture or slaughter. Go to the link in our bio to learn more about these hunts and how you can help!
By doing business with the dolphin hunters, the captivity industry is what ultimately keeps Taiji's dolphin drive hunts profitable. A live dolphin sold to a dolphinarium brings in a much higher profit than does a dead dolphin sold as meat. In Taiji, live bottlenose dolphins have been sold for as much as $152,000 USD each. The captivity industry drives the dolphin slaughter, thus, the best way to end the slaughter is to not buy a ticket to a dolphin show.
For more on our work in Taiji and how you can help, go to the link in our bio!
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Starving to death with a belly full of plastic. “It’s just tragic that this is becoming the norm, to expect that these whales will die because of plastic rather than from natural causes ⋯ We’re losing them faster than they can evolve to learn not to eat the plastic.”——Darrell Blatchley, marine mammal expert.
Since whales and dolphins can swallow larger animals, they are vulnerable to larger chunks of plastic like bags and nets. Their prey may also have consumed plastic and will then pass it on to them.