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  • Activists Debate the Results of The Cove Dolphin Hunt

    The dolphin hunt in Taiji, Japan, is over for the season, and while some reports suggest the number of animals caught or killed dropped from last season, not every activist working to stop the hunt agrees on why that might be so?or if it?s even true at all. The Oscar-winning 2009 documentary The Cove brought this annual dolphin hunt to worldwide attention. According to a statement from Earth ...

  • Opinion: Beneath the Surface, a Flawed Body Count

    With the end of the 2014?15 Taiji dolphin drive season in Japan, there has been much speculation offered over the numbers and species of dolphins captured. The number of bottlenose dolphins (considered the prime target for captive marine parks) captured this year was lower and more dolphins were released, but to attempt to assess why is a fool?s errand. Or perhaps, simply, there were not enough ...

  • Two Pakistan fishermen rescue stranded dolphin

    KARACHI, Pakistan - A dolphin that beached in the Sonmiani area of Balochistan was rescued and helped swim back to the sea on Tuesday. The species identified as an Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin was about 5.5 feet long. It's a near threatened species, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List. "The incident took place at a distant place in Miani Hor (a swampy lagoon ...

  • Stranded dolphin being treated in UMS

    KOTA KINABALU : Marine experts are working round-the-clock to save a dolphin which was stranded off Kg Teluk Likas Bay. Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) said that the dolphin is currently being treated at the Borneo Marine Research Institute (BMRI) in Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS).

  • What fishing line can do to a baby dolphin

    A dolphin calf was rescued Friday off the eastern coast of Florida after its rostrum became entangled in a monofilament fishing line.



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