|Dolphins can sleep with half their brain and can therefore stay awake for at least two weeks (S.D. McCulloch/earthsky.org)|
|Dolphins (Jesslee Cuizon/earthsky.org)|
|Social dolphins (cutepictures.co)|
|(Jessa Gamble/lastwordonnothing.com)|The cetacea, evolving family (wiki)
- No cetacean should be held in captivity or servitude; be subject to cruel treatment; or be removed from their natural environment.
- All cetaceans have the right to freedom of movement and residence within their natural environment.
- No cetacean is the property of any state, corporation, human group, or individual.
- Cetaceans have the right to the protection of their natural environment.
- Cetaceans have the right not to be subject to the disruption of their cultures.
- The rights, freedoms, and norms set forth in this Declaration should be protected under international and domestic law.