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Awful cruelty!

To keep dolphins in a small pool is cruel. Their home is in the ocean where they can swim miles... read more

Reviewed October 1, 2015
Kate L
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Suffering animals

Today after learning about how these dolphins are taken out of the vast open ocean i decided to... read more

Reviewed September 30, 2015
34Brad
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Oct 1, 2015
“Awful cruelty! ”
Sep 30, 2015
“Suffering animals”
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9575-1 Inubozaki, Choshi 288-0012, Chiba Prefecture
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Reviewed October 1, 2015 via mobile

To keep dolphins in a small pool is cruel. Their home is in the ocean where they can swim miles every day with their pod. Captivity drives the Taiji dolphin hunts. Please watch The Cove and Blackfish. I would never visit here where prisoners are...More

5  Thank Kate L
Reviewed September 30, 2015

Today after learning about how these dolphins are taken out of the vast open ocean i decided to take a trip. I noticed 3 dolphins scared up and suffering in very small confinement. Its sad these dolphins are caught for solicitation and housed in very...More

6  Thank 34Brad
Reviewed September 30, 2015

it is just heartbreaking to see These dolphins in such a tiny tank, green dirty water, horrible condition. its cruel under what condition they Keep the dolphins there and i really really hope People will start realizing it! dont go there for the love of...More

4  Thank Karin S
Reviewed September 29, 2015

Driving through this beautiful coastal area (after looking at the nearby lighthouse), on our recent visit to Japan, my husband & I kept seeing dolphin signs & symbols everywhere, then stumbled across this big, pink "park." We weren't sure what to think, so we decided...More

4  Thank Compass810651
Reviewed September 29, 2015 via mobile

Marine mammals suffer in captivity. They should be free. Please do not support cruelty by paying to see them!

3  Thank Janet M
Reviewed September 29, 2015 via mobile

Although the staff are very pleasant my heart sake when I seen the conditions the Dolphins were being forced to live in. Not only was the water green in color, it was cloudy as well. I am not sure what the regulation are or who...More

5  Thank Tina M
Reviewed September 29, 2015 via mobile

I'm disgusted by the captivity of these beautiful animals. They will have been driven in from out at sea with their pods, seen many of them slaughtered in front of them and then forced into venues like this. These dolphins will have been caught in...More

6  Thank NorfolkAndGood2013
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