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Rugby World Cup fans warned of whale meat risk

Rugby World Cup fans warned of whale meat risk

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SeaWorld parts company with another CEO

SeaWorld parts company with another CEO

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Antibiotic resistance in dolphins mirrors trend seen in humans

Antibiotic resistance in dolphins mirrors trend seen in humans

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Canada to move two captive belugas to theme park in Spain

Canada to move two captive belugas to theme park in Spain

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Calling all science, technology, engineering and mathematics fans!

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To celebrate World Oceans Day today, WDC’s partners Mercury Learning have released another of their hugely popular STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics book bundles in support of our work to keep whales and dolphins safe and free.

The bundle includes a range of STEM-themed eBooks including titles on 3D printing and particle physics worth over $900. However, you can secure them all for as little as $15 through Humble Bundle’s unique flexible pricing policy.  Their flexible pricing also allows you to choose how much of your money goes to support WDC.

Mercury Learning’s previous STEM bundle raised an amazing $79k for WDC’s conservation work and campaigns, including supporting our Orca Action Month activities in the Pacific North West and our intern programme in the US.

The STEM bookshelf bundle is available to buy until 17 June. To check out the titles and to get your bundle now, visit Humble Bundle's online store.

 

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