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Tag Archive: Whale

SeaWorld’s Clumsy Attack on “Blackfish” | DEATH AT SEAWORLD: Shamu and the Dark Side of Killer Whales in Captivity

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Posted on July 13, 2013 by David Kirby SeaWorld has unleashed a bitter attack on the new documentary, Blackfish, accusing the filmmakers of being “shamelessly dishonest,” and filling the movie with serious inaccuracies.… Continue reading

It’s Australia v Japan over whaling in the Antarctic

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Justin McCurry in Tokyo Australia is hoping to put a permanent end to Japan’s annual slaughter of hundreds of whales in the Southern Ocean, in a landmark legal challenge that begins this week.… Continue reading

India First Nation Ever To Acknowledge Dolphins As Nonhuman Persons; Outlaw Cetacean Captivity

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On May 24, 2013, scientists and cetacean advocates alike were awestruck, inspired and elated to learn that India has become the first Nation in the world to acknowledge dolphins as nonhuman persons.  To… Continue reading

Sea Shepherd Announces 10th SOWS Campaign: “Operation Relentless”

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Sea Shepherd Australia has just announced its 10th Antarctic Campaign: “Operation Relentless.” During their 9th Mission in the Southern Ocean, “Operation Zero Tolerance,” Sea Shepherd was overwhelmingly successful — an historic total of… Continue reading

Positive Experience Show with Cyber Whale Warrior

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Got internet? That’s all you need to listen in to this online worldwide radio show! According to Joey Giggles (Joseph Aquilino) my guest appearance on his show is the fastest growing in listener-ship and… Continue reading

The Real Sea World: Seeing Wild Orcas Is Better…and Cheaper

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Is whale watching an “elitist” activity, accessible only to a fraction of families who can afford to witness cetaceans in their native environment? Many executives at SeaWorld and other industry defenders would have… Continue reading

Pilot Whales

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There is nowhere you won’t find the Pilot Whale. In fact, they are believed to be the most distributed whale in the world. They enjoy both the tropic and the temperate waters. Generally you… Continue reading

Right Whale in Peril

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I had the pleasure of attending the Right Whale Festival on the 17th at Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Hats off to the Sea Shepherd volunteers who were there. I did so enjoy meeting them.… Continue reading

Beluga/White Whale

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By Tom O’Brien Belugas are also called white whales, and their unusual color makes them one of the most familiar and easily distinguishable of all the whales. Calves are born gray or even… Continue reading

Interview: Samantha Berg on US Gov’s Beluga Whale Importation Hearing

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Former trainer for Seaworld, Samantha Berg, sheds some light on the controversy surrounding Georgia Aquarium’s desperate attempt to import eighteen beluga whales from Russia. Published on Oct 21, 2012 by Jeffrey Ventre “Controversy is brewing over… Continue reading