Taiji Cove dolphin hunt begins in Japan amid protests – USA TODAY

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
USA TODAY
Despite protests from conservationists, an annual dolphin hunt took place Saturday at Taiji Cove in Japan. According to the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, a Friday Harbor, Wash.-based non-profit group that protects marine life, five separate pods of
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