Environment: A DEADLY ROUNDUP AT SEA

A DEADLY ROUNDUP AT SEA Pressure mounts to save the dolphin by restricting tuna fishing AND WITHIN MINUTES HALF A DOZEN POWERFUL SPEEDBOATS ARE LOWERED OVER THE SIDE INTO THE BRIGHT WATERS OF THE EASTERN PACIFIC. BURSTING INTO NOISY LIFE, THEY SLICE THROUGH THE CRESTING WAVE TOPS AT 35 KNOTS. DEAD AHEAD OF THEM, A POD OF PORPOISES, OR DOLPHINS, BOLT WITH FRIGHT, BUT THE FLEEING MARINE MAMMALS ARE SOON OVERTAKEN. LIKE COW PONIES ROUNDING UP CATTLE, THE SPEEDBOATS HERD HUNDREDS

OF DOLPHINS INTO A CIRCLE, WHILE THE 250-FT. MOTHER SHIP SLOWLY surrounds the spray-filled confusion of boats and dolphins with...

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