Take action and help dolphins

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Dolphins used in travelling circuses in Indonesia are transported around the country once a month by plane, and made to endure up to 40 hours travelling in a tiny dry crate with only margarine or butter to keep them moist.  Our friends at Jakarta Animal Aid Network (JAAN) filmed the horrendous practice and are calling for such methods to be banned.



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Please, People, WE ARE LIVING IN THE 21ST CENTURY, SUPPOSINGLY KNOWING ANIMALS, AND THEIR RIGHTS TO LIVE IN THEIR HABITAT, WWF and OTHER ANIMAL PROTECTIONS ASSOCIATIONS EXPLAINED THIS TO US, EVEN THE BBC WITH THEIR BEAUTIFUL MOVIES ON OUR FRIENDS ANIMALS, SO THESE CRUALTIES NEED TO STOP

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