Public perception on dolphins in captivity – the Singapore story

An NUS Department of Biological Sciences Seminar

Date: 13th April Friday

Time: 11am

Venue: DBS Conference Room 2

About 60% of captive dolphins in Asia are obtained from the wild and a recent survey has shed light on the attitudes of Singaporeans towards captive dolphins. This is extremely interesting as it has important repercussions on how we proceed with public education in Singapore – the majority of Singaporeans are for keeping dolphins in captivity.

 

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