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    Things that I thought of. To us in the states (many of us) it is somehow wrong because we dont do it, we dont eat dolphin and we dont eat dog.

    In slaughter houses I believe the method of killing is still slitting the throat, not a fun way to go.

    Swimming in your buddies blood while waiting your turn though seems barbaric... Since we know dolphins are intelligent creatures, something also seems kind of wrong on that end, hmm...

    I believe the Navy used Dolphins during WWII and sometime afterwards for missions, this included various things. Mine detection, hunting enemy divers, spotting enemy divers and so on.

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    i also recall something about dolphins use inthe navy,
    also agree that they are intellegant mammals and what they are doing is really messed up .
    different culture different customs
    a shame thou

    but it could be a area of where there hasn't been much growth in technology and still living in the past, still no excuse

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    Originally posted by Mudge
    Swimming in your buddies blood while waiting your turn though seems barbaric... Since we know dolphins are intelligent creatures, something also seems kind of wrong on that end, hmm...
    true, but as you said due to a dolphin's intelligence and friendliness towards man it's just not the same IMO.





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    How could anyone eat this beautiful creature???

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    I agree. Now for a vegan/vegetarian it may be because they dont like "killing anything that has eyes" as they say, but I can find the middle ground and have no problems eating cows and chickens.

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    but ddin't we eat them at one time in tuna fish?

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    Tuna nets are infamous for snaring dolphins, they need to breath air above water, so they drown.

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    Originally posted by Larva
    but ddin't we eat them at one time in tuna fish?
    No, they get caught in the tuna fish nets and die, supposedly this practice no longer goes on.





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    oh my mistake

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    Originally posted by Prince
    No, they get caught in the tuna fish nets and die, supposedly this practice no longer goes on.
    Yeah, I forget why exactly, maybe its the location the fishingis being done now or they are more visible to the dolphins? I dont recall.

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    where is kuso, I bet he eats dolphins.





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