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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...
Kiska the orca

Kiska the ‘world’s loneliest whale’ dies at Canadian theme park

Kiska, dubbed the loneliest whale in the world, has died at Marineland, a zoo and...

Mine disaster threatens small dolphins

Conservationists and engineers in Brazil are battling to save marine wildlife from contamination following the collapse of a dam, which has led to the waters in the Rio Doce estuary to turn brown with toxic mud.  

After the dam’s collapse, water containing iron-ore residue from the nearby Samarco mine entered the delicate ecosystem of the river, which flows out in to the Atlantic. The area is rich in marine life, including humpback whales and one of the world’s smallest dolphins, the franciscana.