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Dolphins are the most commonly-watched animals on the internet.

They’re also a popular subject of sexual abuse jokes, with jokes being posted on Tumblr, Tumblr-owned Buzzfeed and a Facebook group called The Dolphins are the least-liked.

Dolphins are a protected species in the U.S., and the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) reports that only 10 percent of all animals are cared for by licensed zoos and aquariums.

That’s a lot of animals being exploited in the name of entertainment.

But it’s also an extremely valuable resource for wildlife conservation.

There are over 5 million species of dolphins in the world, according to the Marine Mammal Center, but most of them are kept in captivity and kept in a small, small enclosure.

Many of these are kept as pets or kept in aquariums where they are often subjected to extreme confinement and neglect.

They can be killed, suffocated or starved to death.

Many dolphins have been found dead in the wild after being attacked or raped by humans.

Some of the most gruesome and graphic cases of rape have been documented in the documentary Dolphin Lives.

In January, the Humane Association released a report that found that only 20 percent of dolphins that are kept captive and subjected to cruel and abusive conditions are properly treated.

The dolphins are often kept in the same enclosure and suffer severe abuse and neglect and they’re denied food, water and adequate exercise.

It’s not just one group of dolphins being raped, it’s an entire population being abused, and it’s not right.

The Humane Society also reports that the majority of the dolphin-captivity trade is done on the high seas, where they’re kept in small tanks and are treated as disposable commodities.

They are not valued, and they often die after being sold as a commodity.

In one video from 2013, a dolphin being auctioned off as a trophy was forced to swim to a boat and drowned.

The video below shows how dolphins are abused and sexually exploited in captivity.

While there is no federal legislation prohibiting the trade in dolphins, the U-S.

Fish and Wildlife Service has begun an investigation into the industry.

In 2014, Congress passed the Endangered Species Act to protect endangered species from the cruel and unusual punishment that captive-bred dolphins can face.

However, dolphins are still kept as animals, and many are kept for their fur, fins and skin.

It has been estimated that there are as many as 2,500 dolphins living in the captivity trade.

In 2013, the Center for Biological Diversity filed a lawsuit against the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Environment and Rural Development, claiming the government was complicit in the abuse of dolphins and that the U.-K.

was failing to protect dolphins.

The lawsuit claims that the UK’s dolphin trade is “torture and cruelty” that’s illegal under international law.

The UK’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) did not respond to a request for comment on the lawsuit.

A spokesperson for the Ministry of Culture and Sport told Business Insider that Defra works to protect the marine environment.

“The marine environment is one of the biggest threats facing the planet, with species threatened with extinction, as well as the need to protect them from the pressures of industrial and commercial fishing,” the spokesperson said.

“Our marine environment plays a central role in the development and protection of marine life and their habitats.

In fact, over 90 percent of marine species are found in and around the UK.”

The ministry said that it has taken action against dolphin trade but it’s unclear how much money it has made.

But Defra spokesperson Jane Smith told Business Insights that it’s “extremely difficult to estimate the amount of money that is being made from the export of dolphins.”

The minister said that the ministry is working with local authorities to “reinforce the existing protections in their local waters to ensure the safety of the marine life.”

It’s not the first time Defra has taken steps to protect marine life.

In 2014, Defra announced it was banning the import of whale, dolphin, and pelagic species and introduced a ban on the sale of dolphins.

In 2016, Defa said it was “making a strong commitment” to stop the import and sale of wild dolphins and whale, and to implement measures to prevent the trade of endangered species.

The new regulations will take effect in 2019.