Very interesting article and in-depth research about the right whales. It is on the sience news for kids website but you can read it as well. Enjoy a whale of a lesson.
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Is it ethical to kidnap one dolphin to save a whole pod?
Read the article about an unusual rescue strategy.
Knowing the outcome may help answer the question. Interesting read.
Promar, a group of volunteers, are working ’round the clock to save the striped dolphin in Spain.The young striped dolphin was separated from his family last summer and found close to shore in August near Roquetas de Mar—about 60 miles southeast of Granada on the southern coast of Spain—lost, sick and all alone. Here you can help.
Update: We just learned that Marcos died a couple of days ago
Watch a beautiful memory on YouTube.
Save the Whales: Reloaded.
Join the two day WhaleFest 25-28 October 2012 in Brighton UK. This will be the world’s biggest celebration and declaration for whales and dolphins – right where 30 years ago the world voted to save them!
The world’s smallest and most endangered dolphin ‘will die out’ unless radical changes are made to fishing, say scientists. There are less than 22 breeding females left. If nothing changes the species will be wiped out by humans.
Hi-tech silent drones could be used to fish out the whereabouts of the elusive and endangered Maui’s dolphins. The quest to save Maui’s dolphins has been at the centre of a controversial law change that will see an existing set-net ban extended along the entire Taranaki coastline, affecting the commercial fishing industry, which catches most of its fish within the 3.7km ban zone. Another article suggests that the outcome will show that no dolphins are endangered and the ban will be lifted again in no time.
An environmental group pushes for the species “false killer whale” – even though it’s a dolphin and doesn’t look like a whale – to be put on endangered list. This dolphins are found in tropical and temperate waters worldwide. But scientists estimate only about 150 or 170 live in waters less than 90 miles off Hawaii.