(Simon Denyer, Jason Aldag/The Washington Post)
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In Japan's infamous cove the hunt continues as China demands more live dolphins
Taiji, Japan, gained infamy after an Oscar-winning documentary put the small fishing village on the map. But these days, more money is being made from selling dolphins to China instead of slaughtering them for food.
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