TERRA 243: When Dolphins Cry

Hardy Jones takes us back into the deep, blue sea as spectators to one of the most amazing shows on earth! Watch, as Japan's dolphins jump, spin and play like ocean ballerinas. But life is not all fun for these beautiful mamals, they are under constant threat from traditional Japanese fishermen who have been hunting dolphins for generations. Will Hardy and his team be able to intervene to stop this practice?

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Now in its 8th sea­son, TERRA: The Nature of Our World is the pre­em­i­nent sci­ence and nat­ural his­tory pod­cast series that explores the nat­ural con­nec­tions that pro­pel life on Earth. Over­seen by grad­u­ate stu­dents in the MFA in Sci­ence and Nat­ural His­tory Film­mak­ing Pro­gram at Mon­tana State Uni­ver­sity, TERRA dis­trib­utes inde­pen­dently pro­duced sci­ence, nature, and envi­ron­men­tal films. We are proud to bring you these unique sto­ries from around the globe that cel­e­brate the won­ders of the nat­ural world. We invite you to enjoy these vignettes of the peo­ple, places and ani­mals that make up the heart and soul of life on Terra. Since TERRA’s incep­tion, our thought pro­vok­ing films have reached over ten mil­lion view­ers. With each new episode we fea­ture pow­er­ful sto­ry­telling that show­cases the diver­sity of our planet. A heart­felt thanks goes out to the hun­dreds of film­mak­ers who have con­tributed their films to TERRA; with­out their gen­eros­ity, none of this would be pos­si­ble. And per­haps most of all, we thank you for watch­ing and for join­ing the TERRA com­mu­nity. Your feed­back allows us to deliver fresh and inspir­ing content.