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  • Its a shame he died, I love seeing the many dolphins we have here, but its also unfair to blame the public without any evidence. A proper scientist would not draw a conclusion without evidence. Surely keeping the public enjoying the treat of interacting with these wild creatures is good to keep public interest in them - a dolphin encounter is often a treasured experience, I think these encounters motivate boaters to be more cautious and take care. Surely dolphins locked up in theme parks doing stunts for food is far worse than living free with an occasional human interaction, the only definite damage in this report seems to be from poor fishermen discarding their hooks and lines!
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  • Stewart Green
    Mon 24th Sep 2012
    at 3:48pm
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