'Free the dolphins, don't breed them'

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April 11, 2019

 

THE birth announcement of a new bottlenose dolphin in captivity at Blue Lagoon Island signals that animal tourism continues to be dark chapter for The Bahamas, according to one environmental activist.
Sam Duncombe, reEarth’s president, told The Tribune yesterday it is unconscionable that such facilities continue to operate in 2019 given all the scientific research regarding the beloved mammal. She reiterated her organisation’s call to “empty the tanks”...

THE birth announcement of a new bottlenose dolphin in captivity at Blue Lagoon Island signals that animal tourism continues to be dark chapter for The Bahamas, according to one environmental activist.

Sam Duncombe, reEarth’s president, told The Tribune yesterday it is unconscionable that such facilities continue to operate in 2019 given all the scientific research regarding the beloved mammal. She reiterated her organisation’s call to “empty the tanks”...

 

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News date : 04/11/2019    Category : Animals/Pets, Tribune Stories

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