The Japanese town of Taiji has announced plans to build a waterpark that features dolphin stunts and attractions, while also offering the marine mammal on the menu.
This is the latest effort by the dolphin-meat-happy town from the 2009 documentary The Cove to rekindle the public's interest in eating the sea creatures, while also maximizing tourism.
"We already use dolphins and small whales as a source of tourism in the cove where dolphin-hunting takes place," announced Masaki Wada, an official from the region, according to Vice. "In summer swimmers can enjoy watching the mammals that are released from a partitioned-off space. But we plan to do it on a larger scale."