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Bottlenose dolphins breaching

Landmark report reveals UK wildlife’s devastating decline

With whales and dolphins already facing many threats, a landmark report released this week reveals...
Dolphins with oil rig

Go ahead for new UK oil and gas exploration threatens whales and dolphins

Permission has been granted for the development of the UK's biggest untapped oilfield off Shetland,...
Icelandic hunting vessels in port

Whaling boat kept in port after more hunt cruelty exposed

Icelandic whale hunting fleet One of the whaling boats involved in the latest hunts in...
Commerson's dolphin

New Important Marine Mammal Areas added to global ocean conservation list

Commerson's dolphin Experts from a number of countries have mapped out a new set of...

Icelandic whalers set sail after fin whales

Kristjan Loftsson’s whaling vessels, the Hvalur 8 and Hvalur 9,  left port this evening in search of fin whales.  Last Monday, the Hvalur 8 made a test run and her crew boasted that they would start their first whaling tour on 16th June.

You can hear the announcement from Icelandic television news

Please help WDC end Loftsson’s whaling once and for all