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In Memory of the Dolphins Lost in "The Cove" Hunting 2014-2015

By Kirsten Massebeau

As another year of the Taiji dolphin drive hunting season ends dolphin activists worldwide take time for reflection as they contemplate and remember dolphins families and victims lost since September 1st. 1,136 more words

Cetaceans

Weekend To-Do (Good) List: Circus Edition!!!

As you probably know, Ringling Bros.’ parent company made the startling announcement this week that they will be ending all elephant performances by 2018. We all celebrate this victory after years of petitioning, protesting, and increasing public awareness. 537 more words

Ask CNN To Report on The Captive Selection and Slaughter Of Bottlenose Dolphins and Pilot Whales In The Cove

By Kirsten Massebeau

Today the roar of the banger boats, and the black smoke was an unwelcome sight to dolphin advocates on the ground in Taiji, Japan as the dolphin hunting boats known as  moved into formation. 1,165 more words

Cetaceans

Croker Cove Club

A few weeks ago I started a Cove Club at my school. We live on Croker Island so we are called “Croker Cove Club.”
We watched the movie The Cove and my friends were very upset about what is happening in Taiji. 83 more words

Highgate schoolgirl, 10, becomes poster girl to save Taiji Cove dolphins

Diamond Demirbasa was one of the youngest campaigners at a national rally outside the Japanese embassy in Piccadilly on Friday to protest against the mass killing and capture of wild… 407 more words

Don Lichterman

London Protest Against The Dolphin Massacre 7th November 2014 & afterwards - Taiji Terror Tales 2014-2015

Photocredit: Rob Hill

I attended the protest against the Taiji Drive hunting opposite the Japanese Embassy in London on Friday 7th November 2014. For information on this and future protests visit… 769 more words

Dolphin

I Just Want to Drink Almond Milk and Save Animals

by Michelle Canto-Flores

We all love going to Sea World, watch animals that we couldn’t normally see in their natural habitat; for instance, polar bears, penguins, dolphins, and orcas. 547 more words