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Lotty the dolphin dies after nearly 40 years held captive

Lotty the dolphin dies after nearly 40 years held captive

Lotty, a female bottlenose dolphin held in captivity since 1983, has passed away. Captured in...
Earthquake disrupts sperm whales’ feeding for a year

Earthquake disrupts sperm whales’ feeding for a year

A new study has revealed how an earthquake affected the ability of a group of...
Minke whale calls drowned out by ocean noise

Minke whale calls drowned out by ocean noise

New research in Australia suggests noise pollution is affecting how minke whales communicate We have...
SeaWorld stops trainers standing on dolphins

SeaWorld stops trainers standing on dolphins

Captivity giant, SeaWorld is to end the practice of allowing trainers to surf on dolphins...

Help Scotland's Whales And Dolphins

The Scottish Government is putting steps in place to protect the amazing marine life around its coast. The government will be creating a network of ‘marine protected areas’. These are parts of the ocean where human activities that might harm wildlife are restricted. These protected areas are a bit like ‘nature reserves’ on land.

It should be great news, but there is a risk that whales, dolphins and porpoises may be left out and will not be properly protected.

You can help by signing our simple petition asking the government to protect whales and dolphins too, and telling your family and friends about it.

Thank you!