The Indian government has announced a nationwide ban on captive dolphins being used for public exhibitions.

A notice has been issued to numerous administrations enforcing a rejection on dolphinariums which use cetacean captures for trade or exhibition.

India is now the fourth country that prohibits commercial dolphin shows, along with Costa Rica, Hungary and Chile.

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