Indonesia Travel Circus Fuels Illegal Dolphin Trade





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Published on Jul 23, 2012

Animal welfare activists say Indonesia has the world's last traveling circus that uses live dolphins. Transported across the country in dilapidated trucks, the protected species are kept in such poor conditions that one died in the middle of a performance. Kate Lamb reports from Jakarta.

Comments • 8

This breaks my heart. I pray for the day they are resuced and freed to live there lives the way I think all animals should free and happy.
Gary Busby
3rd world country...Remember the person who slapped the dolphin...what goes around comes around!!
At 1:26 you can actually see the trainer slap the dolphin. Wow people are so stupid for buying into this crap industry.
they learned from Seaworld...exploiters 
zaenal arifin
apek tenan gambare.... cocok nggo promo peragaan ki... ben awake dewe ki human walfare....
Why click dislike? This is a professional news clip highlighting a problem. By clicking dislike you are not disliking animal cruelty, but news covering it. It's like clicking dislike on war documentaries.
Rat bags; making money from animal cruelty and exploitation. Indonesia stinks big time. I have been to Sabah North Borneo, and won't go again cos there is nothing to attract, now I know about your filthy disgusting genocide of orangutans too, and elephants etc etc etc To name but some of your once treasured species that are on the brink of extinction due to your government's greed.
They just don't give a shit....sad
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