Humans Taste For Dolphins and Manatees Rise

Plate of dolphin sashimi. Dolphin meat is consumed in a small number of countries world-wide, which include Japan[76] and Peru (where it is referred to as chancho marino, or "sea pork")Photo: Dolphin Sashimi ( Creative Commons)

MSNBC2012-01-26:                      Fillet of dolphin? Polar bear steak? As world population increases, people in coastal poverty-stricken areas are turning to the ocean for their meals, consuming marine mammals such as dolphins and seals, new research suggests. Only on AP USDA mandates healthier school lunches Egyptians see remarkable year not living up to potential American hostage in Somalia freed in US Navy raid Obama signals re-election message with State of the Union ‘Tacos‘ comment in profiling case draws outrage Witchcraft in London? Tragically, it happens AP Dispute over additive limits US meat…                     more »

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