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Ambitious plan to free captive orca Lolita announced

The new owner of the Miami Seaquarium in the US has announced that it is...

Trade sanctions announced after Mexico fails to protect near extinct porpoise

The international body behind the treaty that protects endangered plants and animals from the threats...

WDC exposes failure of Government scheme to protect whales and dolphins from net deaths

Following our investigations, we have revealed that a UK Government scheme to protect whales and...

First cases of bird flu in dolphins discovered in the UK

The UK Government has announced that two dolphins and a harbour porpoise have died from...

Captive dolphin calf dies

A bottlenose dolphin calf born in captivity at Marineland Dolphin Adventure in Florida, has died after just two weeks.

According to the marine park, staff noticed the calf had developed a respiratory condition a few days after being born to her mother, Casique.

Find out more why whales and dolphin should not be help in captivity.

About George Berry

George is a member of WDC's Communications team and website coordinator.