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A young blue whale calf surfaces beside its mother. Juveniles are known to be pa
25 April 2015 by Susannah Calderan
Big ships and big whales don’t mix. We’re south of Sri Lanka, home to one of the world’s highest densities Read more »
AAE participants have created more than 100,000 pieces of artwork.
18 April 2015 by Elena Zharkova
More than 60,000 people will visit the AAE Beluga whales exhibition at the Darwin museum in Moscow and see a selection Read more »
A panel of top scientists released a report slamming Japan's new whaling program
13 April 2015 by slajoie
An independent expert review[i] of Japan’s new plan for whaling in the Southern Ocean, published today, failed to back Read more »
This year is the first in more than a century during which no whales were killed
8 April 2015 by Patrick Ramage
In ancient Roman mythology, Janus is the god of beginnings and transitions, of gates, doorways, passages and endings. Read more »
Two student volunteers, look at the inverted top half of a fin whale skull. Phot
8 April 2015 by Misty Niemeyer
We don’t often get a chance to talk about what happens after the necropsy; however, it is a hugely important part of Read more »
1 April 2015 by rthompson@ifaw.org
(Sydney, 30 March) Tomorrow marks 12 months since the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ordered Japan to stop killing Read more »
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