Whales

Members of the team searching for porpoises on the primary observation platfo
16 July 2013 by Anna Cucknell
The team aboard Song of the Whale, the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s unique whale research boat, has Read more »
“ Japan cannot justify its sample sizes for ‘scientific whaling’ and even whethe
12 July 2013 by Vassili Papastavrou
Australia concluded its second round of oral arguments in the Antarctic whaling case before the International Court of Read more »
11 July 2013 by Dr. Elsayed Ahmed Mohamed
IFAW’s Middle East office has just released the second edition of its pocket booklet, “Common Species in Trade ( Read more »
Japan has a good team making their arguments, but can they defend the indefensib
3 July 2013 by Vassili Papastavrou
The seats are pretty uncomfortable in the gallery at the back of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Read more »
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