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Japan: Compensation for Dolphin Advocate Denied Entry to Aquarium

Sarah Lucas, the advocate for cetaceans' rights who was refused entry in a Japanese aquarium due to her position against their annual dolphin hunt, will receive compensation from the government. The president of Australia for Dolphins tried two years ago to enter the Taiji Whale Museum, home to several species of cetaceans including bottlenose dolphins and short-finned pilot whales. According to the media, museum [...]

By | 2016-08-15T04:50:52+00:00 15 August 2016|Categories: Dolphinariums and Captive Dolphins, Dolphins' Massacres, News|0 Comments

Curious Killer Whale Swims Under Paddleboarder

https://youtu.be/6WAn3vveB44 Luke Reilly was paddling around Kuaotunu, New Zealand when a curious orca whale suddenly spotted him. Awe or fear, how would you have reacted? Luke Reilly began his day with the intention of paddling around the cliffs of Kuaotunu in New Zealand. Armed with his Go-Pro, he was intending to film the contrast of the rugged, rocky [...]

By | 2017-05-19T05:58:43+00:00 13 June 2016|Categories: News|0 Comments

Video – Russia: They (actually) saved Willy the orca and his three friends from an icy death

https://youtu.be/f084o0V_ECs A team from the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations saved four orcas, including a pup, stuck in the ice field near the island of Sakhalin. The rescuers spend eight hours freeing the large cetaceans from their icy prison. It's a happy ending for this group of orcas. The four cetaceans, including a pup, [...]

By | 2017-05-19T05:58:44+00:00 8 June 2016|Categories: News|Tags: |0 Comments