The dolphin massacre that occurs annually in an idyllic Japanese town | 60 Minutes Australia
Sep 13 2023
Rewind to 2009 when the disturbing secrets of Taiji, an idyllic Japanese town facing the Pacific Ocean, were exposed. Each September, a cove in Taiji turns into Dante’s Inferno for families of dolphins which are split apart - thousands are sold to marine parks around the world, the rest brutally massacred to be eaten. Ric O’Barry is a one-man eco-warrior who’s made it his life’s mission to save the dolphins.

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