If you haven't seen this movie currently showing in the theatres, wait no further! It is definitely one of the best documentaries I've seen!
Read more about why that deceptive smile on the dolphin's face does not translate to "I'm happy to be performing tricks for you". Download this captivity brochure -
The website goes on to suggest that there are many ways in which one can make a difference : http://www.takepart.com/thecove/
The only captive dolphins I can think of in Singapore are the Pink Dolphins living in the Dolphin Lagoon in Sentosa.
This article was published by the Nature Society presumably before the Underwater World
established their pink dolphin attraction :
Interesting to note what the Underwater World Singapore has to say about their dolphins in captivity.
And how they defer to the better wisdom of the Alliance of Mammal Parks and Aquariums is replicated on their website.
Acres launched a "Suffering, Not Smiling" campaign back in 2003.
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