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Dolphin meat trade in Taiwan continues despite ban

3 April 2014 Last updated at 01:07 BST

In Taiwan, trade in dolphin meat is continuing more than 20 years after the government banned it.

The meat, seen as a delicacy with health-giving properties, was banned back in 1989.

However, some fishermen and restaurateurs continue to meet local demand and in certain areas traders openly defy the ban.

From Taipei, the BBC's Cindy Sui reports.

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