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Barcelona Considers Shutting Down Dolphinarium and Retiring Dolphins

Barcelona is currently deciding whether to shut down its dolphinarium, become a dolphin captivity-free city, and retire the dolphins to seaside sanctuaries. Read More >


Lets Keep the Pressure on Namibia - Say No To Massive Cetacean Captures and Exports!

The Namibian Government should reject the proposal to capture hundreds of marine animals from their waters. Read More >


Solomon Island’s Bold Decision to Free Dolphins Destined for Captivity

TakePart talks with the International Marine Mammal Project about the recent captures in the Solomon Islands. Read More >


Eco Issue 4: Paul Watson: Japan’s Traditional Whaling Claims A Joke

The final issue of Eco includes editorials by Paul Watson, Paul Spong and José María Figueres Read More >


SeaWorld Connects to Taiji Through Association of Trainers
| Allison Huey

SeaWorld and other aquariums claim to oppose the Japan dolphin drive hunts and slaughter. But they have a major link to the slaughter via the dolphin trainers’ Association. Read More >


Illegally Captured Dolphins in Solomon Islands Returned To Ocean After Police Raid

Dolphins illegally captured in the Solomon Islands for captivity have been released. Read More >


Local and International Movement Grows to Stop Massive Cetacean Capture
| Laura Bridgeman

The movement to stop these cruel captures is heating up. Read More >


Traumatized Taiji Dolphin Kills Her Own Baby
| Laura Bridgeman

If there remained any doubt that captivity kills, the recent death of a calf in a Japanese aquarium should remove it all. Read More >


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