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31 07, 2016

Dart Tagging Cetaceans – A Dangerous Practice

Dart Tagging Cetaceans - A Dangerous Practice The Pacific Whale Watching Association (PWWA), which represents 36 British Colombian and American tour companies, called for a moratorium on the dart tagging of cetaceans. This common practice is often used for the purposes of data collection and scientific research. In the minds of the activists, this rally

7 07, 2016

Video – Kayak Instructor saves a trapped dolphin and becomes an Internet hero

Video – Kayak Instructor saves a trapped dolphin and becomes an Internet hero A kayak instructor from Namibia did not hesitate to take the beached animal into his arms, transferring it into the surf for a quick release into the Atlantic Ocean. This brief yet extraordinary video did not fail to move its viewers. The dramatic rescue on

17 06, 2016

Dolphins frolicking in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez It was a happy encounter for some divers from the Ketos diving center in Sainte-Maxime...The dolphins, more numerous near the coast, were friendly and did not hesitate to approach the boat. These guys were lucky to cross paths with the dolphins for the second time the season..."It's always so amazing and filled with emotion,"

13 06, 2016

Curious Killer Whale Swims Under Paddleboarder 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

8 06, 2016

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

5 04, 2016

A glimmer of hope for the endangered dolphins of Bangladesh

The government has forbidden all travel on a river in southwest Bangladesh, an area surrounded by the biggest mangrove forest in the world. The ban on navigation in the Shela river was imposed after a ship carrying more than one thousand tons of coal sank, threatening the delicate equilibrium of the Sundarbans region and the