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CORRECTION - DATE A mother (L) and other anti-dolphin slaughter protesters hang wishes on colored paper dolphin origamis during a rally in front of the Japanese embassy in Manila on September 2, 2013, against the annual dolphins and small whales hunt known as 'Japanese drive fisheries' in Taiji, Japan. Every year, fishermen in Taiji herd about 2,000 dolphins into a shallow bay, select several dozen for sale to aquariums and marine parks and harpoon the rest for meat. Taiji, located on the western Japanese peninsula of Kii, village drew global attention after 'The Cove', a hard-hitting film about the annual dolphin hunt, won the Academy Award for best documentary in 2010. AFP PHOTO/TED ALJIBE (Photo credit should read TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images)
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CORRECTION - DATE A mother (L) and other anti-dolphin slaughter protesters hang wishes on colored paper dolphin origamis during a rally in front of the Japanese embassy in Manila on September 2, 2013, against the annual dolphins and small whales hunt known as 'Japanese drive fisheries' in Taiji, Japan. Every year, fishermen in Taiji herd about 2,000 dolphins into a shallow bay, select several dozen for sale to aquariums and marine parks and harpoon the rest for meat. Taiji, located on the western Japanese peninsula of Kii, village drew global attention after 'The Cove', a hard-hitting film about the annual dolphin hunt, won the Academy Award for best documentary in 2010. AFP PHOTO/TED ALJIBE (Photo credit should read TED ALJIBE/AFP/Getty Images)
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