January 22nd, 2014
12:21 AM ET

Documenting the dolphin slaughter in Japan

Japanese fishermen today carried out their annual tradition of slaughtering dolphins. Cameras were rolling as the fishermen reportedly killed dozens of dolphins behind the cover of tarps. The international outcry has been immense. Anderson spoke with Ric O'Barry, director of the Earth Island Institute's Dolphin Project, who argues the killing "is not traditional, it is not cultural, and it's time to end this."

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