Recently due to the exposure of Dolphin hunting in Japan thousands of American animal activists have been outraged by the violent ways of Japanese fishermen. An unnamed fisherman expressed that the dolphin hunting season only lasts from September to late March and this tradition runs strong in Japanese culture. I'm sure the majority of us has seen the disturbing ways these animals are treated. Bottlenose Dolphins are not endangered or protected by the International Whaling Committee. Do these deep rooted cultural norms and little opposition call for interference with the headstrong American animal activists, or should the issue be left alone?
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