First North Atlantic right whale mortality in 2018

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januari 29, 2018
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The critically endangered North Atlantic right whale population was dealt a devastating blow in 2017. Seventeen right whale mortalities were documented by teams in the US and Canada. The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has led necropsy efforts for all of the five 2017 US cases in partnership with NOAA and stranding agencies along the East Coast.

Unfortunately, this devastating mortality trend is continuing.

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Wissenschaftler kooperieren weltweit bei der Rettung gestrandeter Meerestiere

januari 18, 2018
Weltweit stranden jedes Jahr hunderte Delfine, Wale, Schweinswale und Robben.

Weltweit stranden jedes Jahr hunderte Delfine, Wale, Schweinswale und Robben an den Küsten.

Wetenschappers slaan handen ineen voor wereldwijde aanpak bij strandingen

januari 18, 2018
Wetenschappers slaan handen ineen voor wereldwijde aanpak bij strandingen

Dolfijnen zijn gestrand bij Wellfleet Cape Cod

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Un projet collaboratif au secours des mammifères marins victimes d’échouage

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januari 18, 2018
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Un projet collaboratif au secours des mammifères marins victimes d’échouage

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Washington, DC
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Romina Sanfourche, Chargée de communication
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Australian Government must take action as Japanese whalers prepare to kill whales, again

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januari 24, 2018
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The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW- www.ifaw.org) is urging the Japanese government not to go ahead with its plans to construct a new whaling mother ship. 

 

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Des scientifiques collaborent pour trouver une réponse mondiale à l'échouage des animaux marins

januari 18, 2018
Des scientifiques collaborent pour trouver une réponse mondiale à l'échouage des

common dolphin mass stranding off Wellfleet Cape CodChaque année, des centaines de dauphins, de baleines, de marsouins et de phoques s'échouent sur les côtes du monde entier.

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januari 18, 2018

Collaborative project seeks to improve response to marine mammal strandings

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januari 18, 2018
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Scientists collaborate on global response to marine strandings

januari 18, 2018
international marine mammal stranding response

common dolphin mass stranding off Wellfleet Cape CodEvery year, hundreds of dolphins, whales, porpoises and seals strand along coastlines around the world. Fortunately, in some locations there are experienced networks of scientists, vets and volunteers who are able to respond to stranded animals quickly and with great success. In other corners of the world, however, responses are much more difficult.