Dolphins dying in tuna nets - screen captures of undercover video
(Warning! These graphic screen captures show dolphins dying in tuna nets.)
In 1988, biologist Samuel LaBudde signed aboard a Panamanian-flagged tuna fishing vessel in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Using a video camera onboard, LaBudde recorded the deaths of hundreds of dolphins in tuna nets.
The video electrified the nation and led to the "Dolphin Safe" tuna program that has dramatically reduced dolphin mortality around the world.
These screen captures are taken from LaBudde's original 8mm video: