While international attention has zeroed in on Taiji, Japan this month during its annual dolphin slaughter season, the international market for captive dolphins and other cetaceans still exists. Ceta-Base, a comprehensive database of captivity and marine mammal statistics, created a handy map showing all of the captive cetaceans that were caught using drive fishing -- a method that involves herding animals into a small harbor for slaughter and which has been criticized as unnecessarily brutal and inhumane.
You can find the interactive map of all the facilities that house drive hunt cetaceans here.
According to the map, there are 99 facilities in 19 countries that import or display cetaceans captured through drive hunt fisheries. There are 55 in Japan, 26 in China, four in South Korea, and one in each of the following: Egypt, Republic of Georgia, Iran, Mexico, Palau, Philippines, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United States and Vietnam.