Soul in the Sea - Protecting Moko the Dolphin

Soul in the Sea - Protecting Moko the Dolphin
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Suzanne H

This film is very much in the same vein as SAVING LUNA, where a dolphin, or orca in the case of Luna, befriends people, to the demise of the creature itself as government entities and well meaning people clash at how to handle human interaction. This well done film was created by a marine ...Read more

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