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New EU fisheries law fails to stop dolphins dying in nets

New EU fisheries law fails to stop dolphins dying in nets

MEPs voted today in favour of a new Regulation that includes measures intended to tackle...
Update: Beluga move home to the ocean temporarily postponed

Update: Beluga move home to the ocean temporarily postponed

We can confirm the departure of two belugas, Little Grey and Little White from their...
US authorities put forward proposal for Makah gray whale hunt

US authorities put forward proposal for Makah gray whale hunt

Federal authorities in the United States have put forward a proposal that would allow the...
Fossil of prehistoric four-legged whale discovered in Peru

Fossil of prehistoric four-legged whale discovered in Peru

Scientists have unearthed the fossil of a 43-million-year-old whale in Peru, which was adapted to...

Computer game partnership helps whales and dolphins

Humble Bundle, in partnership with SEGA® and Relic Entertainment™ have announced that their latest deal offering computer games to the public at a discounted rate, will benefit WDC to the tune of $72,000.

For a short period of time to June 4th, gamers were encourged to access certain game packages, called Humble Bundles, in exchange for a donation. Humble Bundle sells digital content through its pay-what-you-want bundle promotions and the Humble Store. When purchasing a bundle, customers chose how much they want to pay and decided where their money goes. Thankfully, many chose WDC. Part of the money raised for WDC will help support orca research work in Canada.

Since the company’s launch in 2010, Humble Bundle has raised more than $59 million through the support of its community for a wide range of charities, providing aid across the world.

Humble Bundle promotion