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International Marine Mammal Project: Top News

Taiji Whale Museum, Where Albino Dolphin Is Held, Has Been Convicted of Discrimination
| Mark J. Palmer, Int'l Marine Mammal Project

A Japanese court in Wakayama Prefecture has ruled that the Taiji Whale Museum, owned and operated by the town government of Taiji, discriminated, in violation of the Japanese Constitution, against Westerners. Read More >


5 Reasons Not To Believe The SeaWorld Hype
| Paul Watson, Founder, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, and David Phillips, Director, IMMP

Paul Watson of Sea Shepherd and David Phillips from International Marine Mammal Project are not buying the hype that SeaWorld is suddenly doing the right thing - and neither should you. Read More >


US Implements Tougher ‘Dolphin-Safe’ Rules Around the World
| David Phillips, Director, International Marine Mammal Project

Good news for dolphins who would have become bycatch, if the Mexican tuna industry had it's way. Read More >


SeaWorld Used Invasive Breeding Drugs on Female Orcas
| Mark J. Palmer, Int'l Marine Mammal Project

SeaWorld turned their orcas into baby factories by giving them drugs used routinely in domestic horses and pigs to "boost production". Read More >


Cousteau: Keiko Was Not A Failure
| Jean-Michel Cousteau, President & Chairman, Ocean Futures Society

Jean-Michel Cousteau Calls Out SeaWorld's Criticism of Keiko Release Effort and Urges Retirement of Captive Orcas Read More >


SeaWorld Ends Orca Breeding But Still Says No To Retirement
| David Phillips, Director, International Marine Mammal Project

The "last generation of orcas in SeaWorld’s care” won't ever get to retire. Read More >


Support the Ban on Captive Orca Breeding!
| Valerie Lowe, Intern, International Marine Mammal Project

Urge the California Coastal Commission to officially adopt the orca ban on breeding at SeaWorld San Diego Read More >


SeaWorld’s Orca Tilikum is Ill and May Not Recover
| Mark J. Palmer, Int'l Marine Mammal Project

Tilikum may not be long for this world - and it's all SeaWorld's fault. Read More >

Topics: Dolphins, SeaWorld

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  • Sharks Are Being Devastated All Over the World, Sought for Their Fins (and Usually ONLY Their Fins) for Shark Fin Soup. Our Colleagues at Friend of the Sea Has Made a Dent, Encouraging Two Business Chains to Stop Serving Shark Fin Soup.
    - By Friend of the Sea
  • As carbon dioxide is absorbed by the oceans, the oceans become more and more acidic, with devastating impacts on krill, corals, diatoms and other species at the base of the oceanic food chain, upon which dolphins and whales depend.
    - By Audrey Evangeline Lee
  • The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has Listed the Dolphin Killing Tuna Industry of Mexico as "Sustainable" But a UK Audit Questions Their Standards
    - By Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project
Save Japan Dolphins >
  • As documented in "The Cove", dolphins continue to be horribly slaughtered while the dolphin hunters get top dollar for live trained dolphins, ripped from their families.
    - By Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project
  • Taiji is not the only place that dolphin hunts occur in Japan. In northern Japan ports, Dall's porpoises are harpooned for their meat.
    - Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project
  • The International Marine Mammal Project of Earth Island Institute has achieved some major goals in protecting whales and dolphins in 2018. Looking forward to continuing our efforts in the new year.
    - Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project
Dolphin + Whale Project >
  • As carbon dioxide is absorbed by the oceans, the oceans become more and more acidic, with devastating impacts on krill, corals, diatoms and other species at the base of the oceanic food chain, upon which dolphins and whales depend.
    - By Audrey Evangeline Lee
  • Japan announces they will no longer kill whales in the Antarctic Ocean, a cause for celebration, but also they will drop out of the IWC and start commercial whaling within its 200 mile zone, bad news for those whales and dolphins.
    - By Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project
  • The International Marine Mammal Project of Earth Island Institute has achieved some major goals in protecting whales and dolphins in 2018. Looking forward to continuing our efforts in the new year.
    - Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project
Keiko Whale Rescue >
Freeing Whales & Dolphins from Captivity >
  • 34 Marine Mammal Experts Are Asking President Putin to Return the 10 Orcas and 80+ Beluga Whales, Now Kept in Inadequate Facility, To Their Ocean Homes. The Russian Government Has Still Not Decided How to Proceed.
    - By Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project
  • Prominent Citizens from Around the World, Including Russians, Have Signed a Letter Urging President Putin to Restore the Whales, Currently Held in the Notorious Russian "Whale Jail", to Their Ocean Families. Scientists, Actors, Supermodels and Business Leaders Have Signed!
    - By Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project
  • Dolphinaris in Arizona has Finally been Shut Down, but the Remaining 4 Dolphins (Four Others Died in Dolphinaris) have been Moved to a Poorly Situated sea pen Enclosure on the Caribbean Island of St. Thomas. Water Circulation is Poor, and It is No Sanctuary. You Can Help!
    - By Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project
Dolphin Safe Fishing >
  • Sharks Are Being Devastated All Over the World, Sought for Their Fins (and Usually ONLY Their Fins) for Shark Fin Soup. Our Colleagues at Friend of the Sea Has Made a Dent, Encouraging Two Business Chains to Stop Serving Shark Fin Soup.
    - By Friend of the Sea
  • Increasingly, Plastics are Showing Up All Around the Marine Environment, in Places Far From Shores. Whales and Dolphins are in Peril Due to the Increase in Plastics in the Ocean.
    - By Erin Murphy
  • The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has Listed the Dolphin Killing Tuna Industry of Mexico as "Sustainable" But a UK Audit Questions Their Standards
    - By Mark J. Palmer, International Marine Mammal Project