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
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The Dodo: Last week, the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland, announced that it would be returning its captive dolphins to the ocean to
Fox News: The activists say they are planning petitions and protests to have their voices heard, and raise awareness to keep more captive
AZCentral: Because the dolphin project sits on tribal lands, it is not subject to the same public permitting process as a development in
12 News: Animal rights activists are outraged over why dolphins would be brought to the desert, and how they would be treated. Plans released
Fox 10 News: "We didn't find out about it until we learned about it in the Mexican media, and then we started to
Fox 10 News: The dolphins in this desert project are leading the company and activists into uncharted waters. To read more, click here.
12 News: Protesters rallied in Scottsdale Saturday morning to keep dolphins from coming to the Arizona desert. Between 100 and 200 people turned
Arizona Republic - There’s a lot going on these days, so maybe you weren’t aware that a Mexico-based company is building a
EcoWatch: A plan to open a dolphin attraction in the Arizona desert is being met with intense criticism and backlash. Mexico-based company Dolphinaris