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WDC is the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins. For a world where every whale & dolphin is safe and free
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The Russian Ministry of Environment has refused to allow the export of 25 beluga whales of the up to 90 reported to be held in the so-called “whale jail” in Far East Russia. Help us to end captivity for good! Find out more:
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whalefact 3h
most whales don’t have jobs that keep them from doing what they love and the ones that do didn’t agree to it
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Our policy manager is attending the marine seminar, working on the design and implementation of conservation measures - there is more work to do!
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off northeastern Vancouver Island in Canada, have learned a new feeding strategy called “trap‐feeding” (think Venus Flytrap). Make sure to watch the video at the end of this article where a seal escapes from the Humpback's mouth!
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Help save New Zealand from extinction! Ask your children to help by colouring in the picture on our website, writing their name in the middle and sending it to us. Details here:
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With , you can help raise money for the world's whales and dolphins just by doing your usual online shopping. They've got all the same products, prices and delivery options, but with the added benefit that a portion goes to charity. Shop now!
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WDC Nov 13
We're a charity partner at the 2018 at ! Alongside we've made two educational packs for schools about ocean plastic pollution and the endangered New Zealand dolphin. Email us at events@whales.org for info, tickets and to learn about our haka competition!
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Sarah Dolman Nov 13
Natura 2000 Seminar opened by Fotios Papoulias, European Commission. “The key challenge is to manage these areas to conserve marine habitats & species, in the face of increasing threats” Looking forward to 3 days of fruitful discussions!
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WDC Nov 12
Have you entered our winter hamper giveaway yet? It's completely FREE to enter! All you have to do is let us know which type of whale or dolphin is your favourite and why and you can win a whole bundle of goodies. Enter here: (UK only. Closes: 30/11/18)
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WDC Nov 12
Our field officer Charlie Philips surely has the best job watching, studying, photographing and filming the wonderful population of resident bottlenose in the Moray Firth in Scotland. Read all about our six adopt a dolphin stars:
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WDC Nov 12
As a special thank you for being a part of our vision, we’re offering you a free will (RRP £90) with our partner . Use the offer code 'wdc100' to claim yours. (England & Wales only.)
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WDC Nov 11
Fantastic to see cover our project to build the world's first sanctuary with . Follow Little White and Little Grey's journey to the with us!
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WDC Nov 11
11 orcas and 90 belugas are still held captive in a ‘whale jail’ in Russia, waiting in tiny pens for export to China. We work hard to and ensure whales and dolphins remain free!
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WDC Nov 10
A branch of Ekoplaza supermarket in Amsterdam has a plastic-free shopping aisle. Wouldn’t it be nice if the rest of the world followed suit? 🐬
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WDC Nov 9
It’s hard work all that swimming and diving! Even whales need a lie-in at the weekend… Have a great one. 🐳😉😎
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WDC Nov 9
Worried about particles making their way into the sea when you do your laundry? This gadget claims to trap up to a third of microfibers in every wash! See more here:
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WDC Nov 9
highlighted the fact that between 5 and 13 million tonnes of plastic enter the ocean each year! “Our grandchildren deserve better. We must save the world from the plastic scourge.” ->
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WDC Nov 9
belugas Little White and Little Grey are 12 years old and both white. start out dark grey and grow paler as they get older! Read about how to create the perfect beluga whale sanctuary:
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WDC Nov 8
'Single-use’ is ’s word of the year. Such is the power of campaigning! Let’s continue to raise awareness about pollution of the sea.
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