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Dolphins have always captured the imagination of humans, but oddly enough, there are many things you probably didn't know about these beautiful creatures!

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Turkish Cargo (a Turkish Airlines subsidiary) has agreed to work with us to find solutions to stop African grey parrots being smuggled on its planes. This is a great step towards ending this cruel trade
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