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Latest campaigns from the Dolphin Project:
Advert in the New York Times for Angel and a Letter to Abe
Shifting our collective ethics about dolphins
Our new Cove Monitor, Rachel Baldwin, joins Heather Hill to report on another slaughter of dolphins in Taiji, but an Australian news camera crew creates quite a stir.
Romanian draft personhood law seeks rights and protections for dolphins
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.
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.
You can support Ambassador Caroline Kenedy and her historic message condemning the dolphin drive hunts in Taiji, Japan.
Ono: "The way you are insisting on a big celebration of killing so many Dolphins...will make the children of the world hate the Japanese."
Ric O'Barry asks what will happen to Angel the baby albino dolphin in the Taiji Whale Museum, now that it has been taken from its mother?
A huge pod of bottlenose dolphins was intercepted and driven in the Cove, including a rare albino dolphin calf. Ric O'Barry and Karla have named it "Angel". Our new volunteer Cove Monitor, Karla Sanjur, reports from Taiji, Japan.
The documentary about orcas in captivity, Blackfish, airs nationwide on CNN on Thursday, Oct. 24th.
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.
Good news from India: No dolphinariums will be authorized by the government!
Wear Your Support; 100% of Proceeds from Dolphin Wristband Donated to Dolphin Project!
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.