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Cetaceans have the right to be free. We just need to recognize it.
GOOD NEWS: Femke den Haas of Jakarta Animal Aid Network reports that one of the three trapped blue whales has been released, and further that the government and the local people are helping with the rescue effort!
Jennifer Wolfsong is running a 100-mile race to benefit our Save Japan Dolphins Campaign!
A Dolphins Tale is a Hollywood fantasy; here's the ugly truth about Winter the dolphin and the Clearwater Marine Aquarium in Florida.
Ric O'Barry and Izumi Ishii, the former dolphin hunter from Futo who now supports dolphin protection, speak together at Temple University in Tokyo. See the video of their talk!
Earth Island Institute and our colleagues have been successful in being allowed to intervene in a court case to prevent the importation of eighteen wild-caught beluga whales from Russia to the Georgia Aquarium and three SeaWorld parks.
Our volunteer Cove Monitor Heather Hill managed to gain access to the Taiji Whale Museum to photograph and video Angel in her tank, and the results show continued problems for the little albino dolphin.
Executive Director Dave Phillips of Earth Island's International Marine Mammal Project explains why we need your support in Japan. Please consider a donation.
We need your help for coming up with auction items for our annual Save Japan Dolphins Seven Seas Auction this fall. Do you have a great idea for an auction item?
Shifting our collective ethics about dolphins
One of our great volunteers, the talented film-maker and actress Melissa Thompson Esaia, is making a movie about global warming, and YOU can help in a unique Kickstarter Campaign!
Los delfines han evolucionado por millones de años, adaptándose perfectamente a la vida marina. Los problemas relacionados con el cautiverio incluyen, pero no se limitan, a los siguientes hechos.
Jedol and Sampal are free and swimming off Jeju Island in Korea after being released nine months ago, we have PROOF!
Decir no al cautiverio!
Urge WAZA to enforce their Code of Ethics and expel the Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums (JAZA) from their organization. Sign the new petition by our Japanese colleagues!
The claim by the government of Japan that the dolphin drive hunts are "traditional culture" in Taiji is nonsense -- the hunts started in 1969.
Good news from India: No dolphinariums will be authorized by the government!
Ric O'Barry tells of blood dolphins caught in the Solomon Islands, trained in the Philippines, but destined for small tanks in Singapore.
SeaWorld is putting out a press release to emphasize their "rescue" work with dolphins, whales, and seals, but don't buy what they are trying to sell.