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Swimming w/dolphins: bad idea?

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I just finished reading something about how dolphins are "harvested" to supply swim-with attractions, and it wasn't pretty.

In summary, the piece said dolphins are trapped, then the younger ones are taken from their pods and mothers, while others may be killed or injured during the hunt.

I'm not some raving environmentalist, but if the story is true, that sure takes the shine off the swim-with idea. Has anyone else heard or read anything like this?

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