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International Day of Awareness-Japan Dolphin Day (September 1st)

September 1st of each year marks the commencement of the dolphin drive hunts in Taiji, Japan. The goal of these annual commemorative events, which take place all over the globe, is to spotlight the killing of dolphins in Taiji, raise awareness, and inspire action. OPS’ role is to encourage the people of Japan to learn more about the hunts and to take positive action–such as opposing captivity, avoiding the consumption of whale and dolphin meat, and promoting environmentally-responsible economic activities.

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