CBS 5 KPHO: Live dolphins were shipped to the Valley using FedEx and animal rights activists are upset about it. Cell phone
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Phoenix New Times: It's no secret that Arizona is getting its first swim-with-the-dolphins (SWTD) entertainment center in the very near future, and it's
CBS5 Investigative Report: Animal rights activists are raising questions about the location of a new dolphin aquarium that is set to open
Scottsdale Independent: Being born in captivity does not fortify the profit-driven argument to imprison any animal. If this was rational thought, we
Phoenix New Times: Holding colorful posters with messages like "No Dolphin Prison" and "Thanks, but No Tanks," at least 50 men, women,
Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project: For thousands of years, dolphins have graced the myths of cultures throughout the world. There are narratives of dolphins
Arizona Republic: It’s a poetic sounding name for a prison, but Dolphinaris is nothing but a water-filled concrete-walled gulag for aquatic mammals
KJZZ/NPR: In a brown swath of desert just off the Via de Ventura exit on Loop 101 near north Scottsdale, you can
Arizona Republic: Protesters gathered Saturday evening to oppose the opening of a new Valley attraction: Dolphinaris. The "swim with the dolphins" facility is scheduled to open
Phoenix Business Journal: Dolphinaris, being built on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community by the Mexico-based Ventura Entertainment, saw about 150 protestors at