January 27, 2013 Risso's dolphin slaughter in Taiji, Japan
January 21, 2013 Pantropical spotted dolphins taken captive in Taiji, Japan
January 20, 2013 Bottlenose dolphin captive selection within killing cove of Taiji, Japan
January 5, 2013 Decomposing body of a bottlenose dolphin in Taiji, Japan
January 4, 2013 Transfer of a bottlenose dolphin from harbour to whale museum
December 18, 2012 Striped dolphins frantic on rocks
December 13-17, 2012 Bottlenose dolphin captures and release
December 13, 2012 Bottlenose dolphin calf dies during capture
December 04, 2012 A pilot whale attempts to escape his Taiji captors
December 03, 2012 Bottlenose dolphin before and after slaughter
November 21, 2012 Pilot Whale Drive and Slaughter
November 19, 2012 Risso's Dolphin Drive and Slaughter
November 13, 2012 Risso's dolphin slaughter and captivity in Taiji, Japan
November 01, 2012 Taiji killers try to move pilot whale
November 01, 2012 Pilot whale calf trapped
October 22, 2012 Dolphin killer attempts to run over Cove Guardian
October 22, 2012 Dolphin killers fail to hide dolphin bodies: Bloody water drains from Taiji butcherhouse
September 30, 2012 Typhoon Jelawat hits Taiji
Frightened dolphins are in holding pens as typhoon Jelawat slams the coast of Japan
September 28, 2012 Desperate pilot whales attempt to escape captivity in Taiji, Japan
September 28, 2012 Dead captive pilot whale in Taiji, Japan
September 17, 2012 CNN interview with Melissa Sehgal
Phone interview with Melissa Sehgal and CNN International
March 27, 2012 Harpooned Pan Tropical Spotted dolphins are unloaded into Taiji butcherhouse
Pan Tropical Spotted dolphins that were harpooned at sea are unloaded into Taiji butcherhouse (no sound)
March 12, 20120 Japanese nationalist convoy and the police response
Taiji to Kushimoto: Cove Guardians are escorted to the Kushimoto police station after an encounter with Japanese nationalists
March 12, 2012 Japanese right wing nationalists accost Cove Guardians
Japanese right wing nationalists accost Cove Guardians in the parking lot near The Cove in Taiji, Japan
I am a Cove Guardian
Join the Cove Guardians from wherever you are. Take action to help stop the slaughter of innocent dolphins and whales.
February 27, 2012 Crippled dolphin swims in circles struggling to breathe as killers watch
Dolphin killers watch while one dolphin struggles to stay alive as the entire pod is being slaughtered in the cove.
February 27, 2012 Dolphin killers try to conceal a dolphin that is still alive in their skiff
A tarp could not conceal a dolphin that was still alive on the way to the butcher house.
February 27, 2012 Local butcher cuts up dolphin fins
Dolphin fins are chopped into pieces by a local Taiji butcher.
February 2012 - Captive dolphin and its trainers
A captive Dolphin catches a live fish which is quickly traded for dead fish. After slaughter, a skiff of trainers greets one of the killing boats.
February 12, 2012 - Striped dolphins at the cove in Taiji, Japan
Striped dolphins are caught and harassed in the cove
Spotlight on Cove Guardian Troy Coyle
February 2012 - Taiji, Japan - We shine the spotlight on Troy Coyle, a volunteer Cove Guardian from NSW, Australia.
Following the Trail of Blood
February 2012 - Taiji, Japan - Sea Shepherd documents the numbers of dolphins captured, killed, and shipped to marine parks with the help and support of dozens of volunteer Cove Guardians.
February 2012 - A Message from Mr. Nakahira
Mr. Nakahira drives around in his loudspeaker truck telling Sea Shepherd to go home.
Spotlight on Cove Guardian Ethan Wolf
January 2012 - Taiji, Japan - We shine the spotlight on Ethan Wolf, our volunteer Cove Guardian from New York
The Economics of Sustained Resistance
The cost of security surrounding Taiji's dolphin slaughter mounts as Operation Infinite Patience builds momentum. Here is a clear explanation of our objectives and how we will meet them. (pt 1 of 2)
Taiji, Japan: If dolphins could fly, they'd leave this place
Operation Infinite Patience continues to document the captive dolphin trade in Taiji, Japan. This update covers the events shortly before January 6th, 2012, and shows some of the security measures being taken to hide the shameful source of the global trade of wild dolphins and the connection with their slaughter.
November 9th, 2011 The reality of dolphins in captivity
A group of tourists view a trained dolphin show while 20m away a skinny, neurotic dolphin wastes away in captivity. (1:36)
October 29th, 2011 A dead Risso's dolphin is transferred to a banger boat
A slaughtered Risso's dolphin is transferred to a banger boat. The killers attempt to hide their actions under tarps. (:49)
October 27, 2011 Risso's dolphins - baby Risso's entangled in net
A pod of Risso's dolphins are encircled by the Taiji fishermen. A baby Risso's tries to escape but is entangled in a net. (1:50)
October 22, 2011 Trainer pulls splinter from dolphin's throat
A Japanese dolphin trainer in Taiji, Japan, pulls a large wooden splinter from a dolphin's throat. (0:40)
12 octobre 2011 Dauphin de Risso maintenu par sa nageoire caudale dans la baie meurtrière de Taiji
Un dauphin de Risso est maintenu à sa nageoire caudale par une corde dans la baie meurtrière de Taiji. (1:45)
4 octobre 2011 Des dauphins tentent de s'échapper en nageant vers les filets
Des dauphins terrifiés tentent de s'échapper en nageant vers les filets - Taiji, Japon. (0:53)
25 septembre 2011 Un dauphin captif, soigné pour des blessures, souffrant en captivité
Un dauphin soigné pour ses blessures, ayant des comportements névrotiques répétés en captivité - Taiji, Japon. Crédit vidéo: Adrian Demone (2:02)
September 11-18, 2011 La détresse d'un dauphin captif
Un dauphin captif au Musée de la Baleine de Taiji flotte sans entrain, jour après jour, malgré la présence d'autres dauphins nageant auprès de lui. Crédit vidéo: Sea Shepherd (1:27)
18 novembre 2003 Document d'archives: Allison Lance Watson et Alex Cornelissen libèrent des dauphins à Taiji
Le 18 novembre 2003, deux des membres d'équipage, Allison Lance Watson et Alex Cornelissen, ont plongé dans la baie pour libérer 15 dauphins qui devaient être massacrés le matin suivant. (1:36)