Should swimming with dolphins be banned in Hawaii? | The Tylt

Should swimming with dolphins be banned in Hawaii?

A proposal to ban swimming with dolphins in Hawaii is in the works. Federal officials say tourist interactions interfere with the animals' natural rhythms and is bad for their health, but many tour guides argue swimming with dolphins causes them no harm whatsoever. The proposed rules prohibit coming within 50 yards of Hawaiian spinner dolphins, which would end many tour group practices. VOTE BELOW! 🐬 🐬 🐬

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Marine life experts say the animals are not getting enough sleep and too much human interaction stresses them out. If you love dolphins, let them sleep and decompress!
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Yes, they're the cutest things ever, but they're also wild animals whose space needs to be respected.
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Some people see it as the federal government taking away their good times. What are dolphins for if not to entertain humans and fulfill their vacation dreams?
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Others think it's a liberal government plot to ruin everyone's good time.
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This longtime dolphin tour guide told the New York Times he thinks there is a way to respect the animals' space while continuing to offer tours.
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