His mother can be seen circling the divers, panicking and frenzied with other members of her pod as she tries to reach her baby.
"Oh my god," a woman, presumably Carter, can be heard saying behind the camera. "The mother's trying to follow him."
But the hunters ignore the mother, carrying the little baby to the side of a boat where a net is waiting. With his mother watching, he's wrapped up, soon to be carried off forever to be sold as a performing dolphin.
Every year, hundreds of whales and dolphins are rounded up in Taiji's annual hunt. The most attractive ones - many of them babies taken from their mothers' sides - are captured to be sold to aquariums and marine parks around the world; the hunters can bring in well over $100,000 USD for a trained dolphin.