Originally posted by venividivici
Originally posted by antar
Hundreds of thousands of Dolphins Murdered in a small sleepy town masqurading as a Dolphin friendly cove!
This documentary needs to become so public that the horrific town in Japan becomes notorious as the "Auschwitz of the East".
dude, it's callous to compare the slaughter of human beings to the slaughter of dolphins.
Originally posted by tomfrusso
I for one would love to come home and put 40-60 pounds of dolphin meat in my freezer........
I wonder would you deep fry a dolphin?
Would you Bake it????
Would you Boil it????
Are there any dolphin cook books??????
Researchers rescue baby sharks from their dolphin tormenters
“When dolphins tire of manmade toys, they have no problem with using baby sharks as a volleyball, officials at a Florida research center said….occasionally, baby nurse sharks find their way into the lagoons and staff have to rescue them from the dolphins”
Evidence Puts Dolphins in New Light, as Killers
Everybody loves dolphins, those playful models of animal wisdom, celebrated for protecting shipwrecked sailors and spending their days frolicking happily in the waves. Movies, television and water shows feature their antics. Nowadays, thousands of tourists swim with dolphins, captive and wild, with more signing up every day to commune with their animal intelligence. Most recently, a variety of organizations have sprung up that offer tours to places like the Florida Keys, the Azores and New Zealand, where participants can swim with wild dolphins and, brochures proclaim, experience emotional healing and spiritual awakening. But scientists, following a trail of bloody clues, are discovering that dolphins are far from the happy, peaceful creatures that humans think they know. Growing evidence shows that the big animals, up to 12 feet long, are killing fellow mammals in droves, wielding their beaks as clubs and slashing away with rows of sharp teeth. Dolphins have been found to bludgeon porpoises to death by the hundreds. Unlike most animal killers, which eat their prey, dolphins seem to have murderous urges unrelated to the need for food.
The dark side of dolphin behavior
It is already common knowledge that dolphins are one of the few species to have intercourse for fun. Their methods, however, are not often brought up. When male dolphins are "in the mood," they will group together and steer a female away from the pod. The males will then repeatedly have forced intercourse with the female, essentially raping her. If she tries to break away from them, they will beat her, using their echo-location to aim. This is only one of the unknown traits of dolphins.
Originally posted by antar
reply to post by Ask The Animals
Ok here's the thing, hundreds of years ago, not to mention thousands, we were IGNORANT of our global species specifically the dolphin who happens to be the closest related mammal to us the humans.
Originally posted by Centurionx
You sound like a very cutthroat person, and are'nt we herbivores?
So you're saying we survive because we slaughter a $hitton of dolphins?