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True-ly rare find

True-ly rare find

A stranded female True’s beaked whale, one of the world's most rarely seen whales, is...
World Oceans Day plea to Government and the public – more protection for struggling seas

World Oceans Day plea to Government and the public – more protection for struggling seas

Ocean charities and organisations including WDC are calling for a sea change in ambition in...
Blue whales in New Zealand prefer to hang out in cooler waters

Blue whales in New Zealand prefer to hang out in cooler waters

Researchers from Oregon State University studying blue whales in the South Taranaki bight, New Zealand...
First finless porpoise drone footage from Hong Kong revealed

First finless porpoise drone footage from Hong Kong revealed

The first ever drone footage of the Indo-Pacific finless porpoise has been captured by OceansAsia’s. The film...

Can you spare ten seconds to help us secure £100,000?

We’re through to the final for the ‘100k Giveaway’

Because of our incredible supporters, we’ve made it through to the grand final of the Animal Friends Pet Insurance ‘£100k giveaway’. We’re in with a real chance of securing a game-changing donation that could genuinely make all the difference in our fight to end captivity.

This is Morgan the orca (pictured above). After being found alone and malnourished off the coast of the Netherlands in 2010, Morgan was transported to Loro Parque in Tenerife where she is now used in shows for human entertainment. She was a baby when she was captured. Today there are more than 3,000 whales and dolphins like Morgan held captive in aquariums, zoos and marine parks. We are fighting hard to put an end to this cruel captivity.

As a loyal supporter, we’d be incredibly grateful if you could spare 10 seconds of your time to click the link below and select WDC as your charity of choice. By voting for us, you could help secure a safe future for whales like Morgan.

Thank you.

George Berry

About George Berry

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

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