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Breaking! New South Wales Bans Captive Dolphin Breeding; Next Step Is To Ban The Use Of Dolphins & Orcas For Entertainment

The Government of New South Wales (NSW) recently introduced a regulation to the Biodiversity Conservation Act that bans dolphin breeding and the importation of dolphins into the state.

World Animal Protection released a statement further explaining that in August of last year, Ben Pearson, the organization’s head of campaigns in Australia and New Zealand, appeared before the New South Wales upper house inquiry to introduce a regulation to ban captive dolphin breeding in the state.

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