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Infamous whale slaughter ship docks for the final time

The whaling ship, Nisshin Maru has returned to the port of Shimonoseki for the final...
Sperm whale

Dominica announces new protections for sperm whales

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Porpoise dies after becoming entangled in fishing net

UK government rejects chance to protect whales and dolphins

The government has formally rejected almost all of the crucial recommendations made in a House...
Common dolphins © Christopher Swann

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Fishermen kill beaked whale in Japan

Fishermen in Japan have killed the first Baird’s beaked whale of the season which runs until the end of July. They have been given a quota of ten whales by the Japanese government for 2016.

The 10-metre female whale weighed around ten tonnes. WDC is very concerned about the welfare and conservation impacts of these unregulated and extremely cruel hunts.

More on whaling in Japan

About George Berry

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