At some points, the dolphins can be seen raising their heads above the water, calling out frantically - at others, they float, seemingly depressed, bobbing against the walls of their tiny tanks.
"There is nothing in this but neglect and cruelty," she adds. "[They're] in basically the world's worst bathtub."
Unfortunately, this abuse isn't limited to Taiji. The annual hunt supplies many of the captive dolphins who are held in marine parks across the world, selling them for as much as $154,000.