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Dolphin in Brazil helping with fishing illustration

Dolphins and fishermen working together

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Gray whale (eschrichtius robustus) Gray whale in Ojo de liebre lagoon Baja California.

Why we’re walking for whales to save the world

We've got enormous ambitions when it comes to fighting climate breakdown, and so two members...
Dolphins with keepers in the new Windsor Safari Park. Image: PA Images/Alamy Stock Photo

Three decades on from UK’s last dolphin show, what needs to change?

The UK hasn't had captive whales and dolphins on display for 30 years, but it's...
Fishers' involvement is crucial. Image: WDC/JTF

When porpoises and people overlap

We're funding a project in Hong Kong that's working with fishing communities to help save...
Whale evolution cover

How did whales end up living in the ocean?

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Fishers chatting

Scottish fishers working with us to reduce risks to whales

Small changes to fishing gear could make a big difference to whales around Scotland, and...

Mindful conservation – why we need a new respect for nature

'We should look at whales and dolphins as the indigenous people of the seas -...
tins of whale meat

How Japan’s whaling industry is trying to convince people to eat whales

Japan's hunters kill hundreds of whales every year despite the fact that hardly anyone in...

Take part in our competition to win an adorable limited edition Māui dolphin bag by Don Fisher!

This cute Māui dolphin bag is a limited edition piece made by our wonderful partners Don Fisher. Only 57 bags have been made, one to represent each of the critically endangered Māui dolphin individuals that are now left in the world.

You can win your very own bag by entering our competition! All you need to do to enter is to answer the question ‘What’s the maximum length of a Māui dolphin calf when it’s born?’ on social media by replying to one of our posts on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

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There are only around 57 of these tiny dolphins left in the world, living around the coast of New Zealand. We have been campaigning to keep them safe by calling on the New Zealand government to remove fishing nets from their habitat. You can read more about the Māui dolphin, the issues they face and how WDC has been campaigning to help protect them by clicking here.

Entries close at midday BST on Friday 11th October.

Good luck!


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