Dolphin Coloring Sheet
Dolphins swim up to 60 miles a day in the ocean, but in captivity, they’re kept in small tanks and can swim only a few yards before running into a wall. At marine parks, dolphins are forced to learn difficult tricks and are sometimes even forced to swim with visitors.
Speak out for dolphins with this coloring sheet—just follow these directions:
1. Print out this free “Dolphins Belong in the Wild!” coloring sheet. Then grab your favorite colored pencils, crayons, or markers and get coloring.
2. Hang it up on your fridge or in your locker to let everyone know that you don’t support keeping dolphins in captivity and abusing them for “entertainment.”
3. When you’ve finished coloring your free activity sheet, ask your parents to snap a picture of it. Then ask them to send the picture,* along with your mailing address, to [email protected] so that you can get free stickers! (But remember: We can only send stickers to addresses in the U.S. and Canada.)