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COURT BLOCKS SEAWORLD’S BID TO MOVE LEGAL CASES TO ORLANDO
| Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project

US Judicial Panel rules against an effort by SeaWorld to combine lawsuits against it for false advertising and transfer the cases to Orlando, Florida where their corporate offices are located. Read More >

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BELUGA IMPORT LAWSUIT
| Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project

Earth Island Institute has intervened in the lawsuit to stop the inport of 18 wild beluga whales captured in Russia. The lawsuit is now in the hands of the judge. Read More >

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PROTECTING DOLPHINS IN THE SOLOMONS
| Lawrence Makili, Pacific Islands Director

International Marine Mammal Project’s Dolphin Safe program, to end the catching and killing of dolphins in Solomon Islands Read More >

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CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION SHOULD DENY SEAWORLD TANK PLAN
| Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project

Tens of thousands of comments are flooding in to the California Coastal Commission in advance of its hearing and consideration of a permit to allow SeaWorld to expand its concrete tanks. The plan is being attacked as being a distraction from the issue that it is cruel to hold orcas in captivity for performance and profit. Read More >

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STOP THE CALIFORNIA SEA LION CAPTIVITY PERMIT
| Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project

In the captive marine mammal trade, there are a number of long-time members well known among activists. One such is Mr. Moby Solangi, a captive dolphin and sea lion broker based in Gulfport, Mississippi. Solangi is believed to have caught more than 200 dolphins for the US Navy and various aquariums around the world. Through the years, he leased dolphins and sea lions for shows in many parks. Read More >

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JAPAN WHALING HARPOONED BY SCIENTISTS
| Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project

Japan’s new whaling scheme for Antarctica met yet another obstacle after the International Whaling Commission’s (IWC’s) Scientific Committee decided the proposal to kill 333 minke whales each year for the next 12 years was not grounded in science. Read More >


PERU DOLPHINS KILLED FOR SHARK BAIT
| Mark Palmer, Int'l Marine Mammal Project

PERU DOLPHINS KILLED FOR SHARK BAIT Read More >

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Global Warming and Salmon Extinction
| Mark J. Palmer, Int'l Marine Mammal Project

Think global warming, salmon extinction and cetaceans aren't related? Think again. This article explores the interconnectedness of these things and offers solutions moving forward. Read More >

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