Sadly, their popularity in the entertainment and tourism industries has made them a target for cruel drive hunts in a number of countries, where they are rounded up by fishermen. A select few are shipped off to aquariums and other aquatic entertainment parks around the world; others are brutally stabbed to death so their meat can be sold as a delicacy.
In the wild, dolphins can travel up to 80 miles a day at speeds of almost 20 miles per hour. Life in a tank causes stress and neurotic behaviors, such as swimming in endless circles.
The family bonds between dolphins can last an entire lifetime.
By refusing to consume or serve any product containing shark fin, you will help drastically reduce the demand for this "delicacy," thereby protecting vulnerable shark species from extinction.