Dolphins interact with a trainer at Ocean Park's breeding centre. Ocean Park argues that, with pollution and disruptions to habitats, dolphins fare no better in the wild than they do in tanks. Photo: Sam Tsang

Are Hong Kong's dolphins better off in captivity or in the wild? Activists and experts weigh in

Topic |   Chinese white dolphin

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Dolphins interact with a trainer at Ocean Park's breeding centre. Ocean Park argues that, with pollution and disruptions to habitats, dolphins fare no better in the wild than they do in tanks. Photo: Sam Tsang
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