The Cove—the Tragedy Continues.

Via Indra Singh
on Feb 26, 2011
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There’s been hype, but has there really been enough to change anything?

If you haven’t yet seen ‘The Cove’ then I advise you to take a look at the trailer below and then see the movie. It will shock you beyond belief. The brutal murder of whales and dolphins that goes on in our waters is unimaginable to most of us but if it hadn’t been for ex Dolphin trainer Rick O’Barry would we ever have noticed?

You decide. Please Join Now and Help Stop this Slaughter.


About Indra Singh

Indra Singh loves to write anything from Yoga Articles to Creative Writing works. She is a full time mother and works predominantly in the world of addiction therapy, helping individuals with their journey through recovery by assisting them with Yoga techniques to help support their daily lives. She runs general classes and workshops too and is an experienced Children's Yoga teacher. She's studied Aura Soma, reflexology, aromatherapy and is heavily into flower essences and vibrational healing. She also loves to knit. For more about Indra, visit her website, Facebook or Twitter.


6 Responses to “The Cove—the Tragedy Continues.”

  1. tanya lee markul says:

    This was a very hard film to watch – it was very hard to understand how humans can be so cruel, so misled in so many ways.

  2. fabwithniceeyes says:

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention Indra.
    Any kind of unnecessary slaughter in never justified

  3. Alamgir says:

    The sooner this barbaric activites stop the better.

  4. indrasingh says:

    Thank you for the input… SO TRUE

  5. Thank you for bringing attention to the tragedy of the Cove. I love dolphins and it is not a new-agey thing. I used to live in Florida where I loved watching the wild porpoises. My heart goes out to the dolphins when I read this sort of horrendous treatment of them. I hope people will visit: and take action. You have it in the article too — wonderful!

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