The Taiji Dolphin Hunt And Other Crimes On Animals: Do Humans Know What They’re Doing?

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The Taiji Dolphin Hunt during which every year thousands of dolphins are being killed in a terrible way and captured to end up in zoos, is being defended by Japanese authorities because it’s “tradition”. In reality, it’s about money and corruption.

Compare the brain structures above. They are from different species. But how big is the difference, really? Comparing those brains, one might be led to believe that dolphins are more intelligent and developed than humans. And maybe they are.

From what point on, something is being called a crime?

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