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Japanese Court: Australian had Right to Enter Whale Museum

A Japanese court ruled Friday that an aquarium had no right to bar an Australian animal welfare activist, who wanted to check on a baby albino dolphin in captivity. Wakayama District Court awarded Sarah Lucas 110,000 yen ($970) in damages Friday, a court official said, on customary condition of anonymity. Lucas, the head of Australia for Dolphins, called the verdict a victory in the fight to stop dolphin killings. She expressed concern for the albino dolphin, saying it was in a tiny...

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