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Stop the River Dolphin Slaughter: WDC presents Brazilian Public Prosecution Service with 176,599 signatures

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Stop the River Dolphin Slaughter: WDC presents Brazilian Public Prosecution Service with 176,599 signatures

By Alison Wood / 13th April 2015

WDC is working with Rafael da Silva Rocha, of the Brazilian Public Prosecution Service, and other partners in Brazil to stop the brutal slaughter of…

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Celebrating 10 Years of Successful Amazon River Dolphin Conservation!

By Alison Wood / 2nd February 2015

2015; IT’S TIME TO CELEBRATE NATUTAMA’S 10TH ANNIVERSARY! And there is much to celebrate! Natutama, founded with WDC help in 2005, is ten years old.…

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3000 children in Iquitos make a pledge to protect river dolphins

By Alison Wood / 27th January 2015

WDC has helped Solinia, a conservation group in Peru, deliver environmental education events in schools and communities. Solinia has awarded over 3000 certificates to children…

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How did we miss an entirely new species of river dolphin?

By Alison Wood / 23rd January 2014

The newly discovered Araguaian Boto of Brazil is a rare and special dolphin indeed!  Sadly it is also in trouble and urgent conservation action is…

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WDC welcomes Solinia – a new Peruvian NGO

By Alison Wood / 16th July 2013

WDC welcomes Solinia! A new, and much-needed conservation NGO based in Iquitos, the riverside capital city of the Peruvian Amazon.  Solinia’s founder and Director is…

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Will the Colombian Government ban the import of the dolphin-deadly fish, mota?

By Alison Wood / 1st July 2013

This week, Dr Fernando Trujillo representing Fundacion Omacha, WDC’s partner in Colombia, had an important meeting with the Colombian Health Ministry at Government headquarters in…

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