Dolphins perform at Hong Kong's Ocean Park as their trainer looks on. Ocean Park has no plan to end its dolphin shows or its research and breeding projects, regardless of mounting pressure from activists at home and abroad. Photo: David Wong Dolphins perform at Hong Kong's Ocean Park as their trainer looks on. Ocean Park has no plan to end its dolphin shows or its research and breeding projects, regardless of mounting pressure from activists at home and abroad. Photo: David Wong
Dolphins perform at Hong Kong's Ocean Park as their trainer looks on. Ocean Park has no plan to end its dolphin shows or its research and breeding projects, regardless of mounting pressure from activists at home and abroad. Photo: David Wong

'Empty the tanks': Hong Kong's Ocean Park at centre of activists' battle to stop dolphin captivity

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Dolphins perform at Hong Kong's Ocean Park as their trainer looks on. Ocean Park has no plan to end its dolphin shows or its research and breeding projects, regardless of mounting pressure from activists at home and abroad. Photo: David Wong Dolphins perform at Hong Kong's Ocean Park as their trainer looks on. Ocean Park has no plan to end its dolphin shows or its research and breeding projects, regardless of mounting pressure from activists at home and abroad. Photo: David Wong
Dolphins perform at Hong Kong's Ocean Park as their trainer looks on. Ocean Park has no plan to end its dolphin shows or its research and breeding projects, regardless of mounting pressure from activists at home and abroad. Photo: David Wong
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