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Lockdown never ends– why TUI needs to stop supporting whale and dolphin captivity and how you can help
As Covid restrictions lift and we can move more freely, travel is just a distant memory for many captive whales and dolphins. But the world's...
Celebrating a major milestone towards protecting endangered sei whales
In the Falklands, sei whales are most often seen alone or in small groups of two to four individuals. © Caroline Weir Sei whales are...
Net zero – why Norway’s pointless and cruel hearing experiments on minke whales must be scrapped
It's hard to know whether to breathe a sigh of relief that this year's risky hearing experiments on juvenile minke whales off northern Norway have...
Love Japan, love the Olympics, love whales – why Japan needs to stop killing whales to save the planet
In times of crisis it's important to have opportunities to take our minds off things. The Olympic Games provide just that for many of us...
Dolphins galore – a different kind of summer on Scotland’s Moray Firth
We've spotted so many bottlenose dolphins here at the WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre over the past few months. WDC staff get just as excited as...