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Apr 22, 2015


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Darrel Mannis

I don't lose sleep over this, but here is the problem: "NOAA Fisheries Service does not support, condone, approve, or authorize activities that involve closely approaching, interacting, or attempting to interact with whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals, or sea lions in the wild. This includes attempting to swim with, pet, touch, or elicit a reaction from the animals." Funny thing, I've seen footage of Captain Dave of the Dolphin Safari at Dana Point make attempts to touch animals when they are close. Dave is a fake hypocrite, but the issue is the policies set forth in support of the MMPA seem to be good, but for some reason they always seem to apply to "other" people.


My guess is that the contact with the diver was "permitted" by the Gray Whales because these "runs through the jungle" have to be in absolute silence.

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