We need your help to save the most endangered large whales in the world - the North Atlantic right whale. Less than 500 survive today.
New Zealand dolphins are endangered and heading for extinction…but we can still save them. Find out how you can help before it’s too late.
This devastatingly cruel practice involves the herding of dolphins at sea and driving them into the cove in Taiji. Here they are slaughtered for meat or kept alive for sale to marine parks and dolphin aquariums around the world. You can help.
In June 2010, a young female orca was found alone off the coast of the Netherlands. She was taken to a dolphinarium for care and attention. Rather than being returned to the wild she was then sent to another dolphinarium and she will probably never be fre
Up to 40% of the meat from minke whales killed in local Icelandic waters is eaten by tourists. And this helps to keep the cruel whaling industry going. Help WDCS by telling anyone you know visiting Iceland to avoid restaurants that sell whale meat.
Is the company that supplies your school lunch linked with whaling?
The natural life of a happy dolphin is one of freedom in the open sea, not cooped up in a tiny pool. Help WDCS change the future of captive dolphins in Europe. Send a campaign letter and/or join the SPLASSSHHH sponsored silence.
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