Tag: dolphins

5 Awesome Reasons We Should Help Save Dolphins

Dolphins are some of the most interesting and intelligent creatures that live on this planet. Unfortunately, they are also the victims of some truly...

Captive Breeding May Be Last Hope For This Intelligent Marine Mammal

Experts believe the vaquita may only have a few years until extinction — and a captive breeding program may be their last hope. The...

The World’s Rarest Marine Mammal Needs Your Help

With less than 60 individuals left, the vaquita is the world’s rarest marine mammal. Researchers believe the species could be extinct within the next...

5 Reasons Keeping Animals in Captivity is Wrong

This week, the National Aquarium in Baltimore announced that it would move its dolphin population to a sea sanctuary. The move is in response to...

Environmentalists Trying To Ban Seismic Blasting In The Atlantic Ocean, Citing...

Federal officials are currently considering whether to grant permits for the largest seismic surveys ever to take place in the Atlantic Ocean. No such...

Lt. Flipper? Dolphins Trained For Military Use Has Long History

You’ve heard of military dogs, but what about dolphins? These gorgeous and intelligent creatures are back in the news with a report that the...

RIP Betsy: Can We All Just Say No to SeaWorld?

Recent news from SeaWorld: a 33-year-old Commerson's dolphin named Betsy has passed away, after a transfer from San Diego to Orlando. While Betsy was...

Toxins Threaten Extinction of European Whales and Dolphins

Research published this month in Scientific Reports examined data on polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) concentrations in more than 1,000 marine mammals. Tissue samples from European...

Dolphins in Warfare?

If you ever watched an episode of Flipper as a child, your interest was most likely peaked by Flipper's extraordinary intelligence. Believe it or...
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