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Filipino artist and environmental activist AG Sano paints dolphin murals to raise awareness about the dolphin capture and slaughter in Taiji, Japan - after seeing The Cove. Now volunteers have joined him to paint a 1075-meter long “Biodiversity Wall of Nature” in Quezon city, showcasing over 200 species of marine and mammal life in the Philippines. “This was one of the biggest affirmations. Our goal was to stop the slaughter of dolphins but this whole thing grew inch by inch. We never imagined so many people and the government would support us,” Sano says.

Filipino artist and environmental activist AG Sano paints dolphin murals to raise awareness about the dolphin capture and slaughter in Taiji, Japan - after seeing The Cove. Now volunteers have joined him to paint a 1075-meter long “Biodiversity Wall of Nature” in Quezon city, showcasing over 200 species of marine and mammal life in the Philippines. “This was one of the biggest affirmations. Our goal was to stop the slaughter of dolphins but this whole thing grew inch by inch. We never imagined so many people and the government would support us,” Sano says.

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