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dol·phi·nar·i·um

 (dŏl′fə-nâr′ē-əm, dôl′-)
n.
An aquarium for dolphins.

dolphinarium

(ˌdolfɪˈnɛərɪəm)
n
(Zoology) a pool or aquarium for dolphins, esp one in which they give public displays

dolphinarium

- An aquarium in which dolphins are kept and trained for public entertainment.
See also related terms for trained.
Translations

dolphinarium

[ˌdɒlfɪˈnɛərɪəm] Ndelfinario m

dolphinarium

nDelfinarium nt, → Delphinarium nt
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The majority of citizens are against these developments while you insist in dolphinariums and parks, a crocodile slaughterhouses and introducing every kind of exotic animal," it added, also making reference to the Siberian tigers recently acquired by a Nicosia zoo, and two Asian elephants at a Paphos zoo.
It says the fishermen sell the captive creatures to aquariums and dolphinariums, sometimes for six-figure dollar sums.
The Animal Welfare Board of India has already issued a directive opposing any dolphinariums in India.
Dolphin Discovery, ranked among the world's top dolphinariums, has been providing unforgettable experiences for 18 years with nine locations in Mexico as well as St Thomas, Grand Cayman and Anguilla St.
Here, dolphin traffickers select the strongest and most personable creatures for dolphinariums and sea-life parks and slaughter the rest, offloading the meat from the slain creatures to local school lunch programmes.
In this inhospitable environment, dolphin traffickers select the strongest, most personable creatures for dolphinariums and sea-life parks and kill the rest, offloading the meat from the slain creatures to local school lunch programmes.
With a team of activists, they venture to Taiji in Japan and seek out a hidden cove where dolphin traffickers select the best creatures for dolphinariums and sea-life parks and slaughter the rest, offloading the meat to schools.
In this inhospitable environment, dolphin traffickers select the strongest and most personable creatures for dolphinariums and sea-life parks and slaughter the rest.
Still, dolphinariums are a lucrative business so no matter that they scream "IT'S OK TO ENSLAVE WILD ANIMALS FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES".
200 - The number of dolphinariums in the world (40 are in Japan)
A formulation that effectively changes the rule of industrial finishing, since it dispenses with the need for heated or forced curing, it was jointly inspired by HMG's native Manchester weather and its underwater marine finishing systems used on dolphinariums in Florida.