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(Photo - 038)  The holding bay, as viewed from the road; around the point to the left (north) is the museum, around the point to the right (south) is the smaller killing cove, not visible from the road; when a pod of dolphins is driven in, the mouth of the bay would be closed off by nets; the dolphins are herded up against the beach; divers from Dolphin Base (see below) would arrive, wade into the water in wet-suits, select a few young females for captive purposes, which they would tear from their families roughly by slings; the rest of the dolphins are kept in the holding cove overnight, then driven around the point to the neighboring killing cove to be slaughtered the next morning

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