From BlueVoice.org Hardy Jones, April 26, 2012 An apocalyptic die-off of dolphins is occurring along the coastline of northern Peru. The reasons for the die-off are as yet unknown, though several culprits have emerged. During February of this year… Read More ›
Editor’s Note: Seismic Testing is known to harm marine mammals. Is it another trashing of the ocean’s or an essential tool to learn more about earthquake faulting and oil exploration? What is Seismic Testing? Following the news story by David… Read More ›
Editor’s note…this post was updated 4/6/12. Scroll down for update UPDATED: 4/19/12: From BlueVoice.org: One of, perhaps the worst, die-offs of dolphins ever is occurring in Peru right now. BlueVoice Executive Director Hardy Jones joined Peruvian marine mammal specialist… Read More ›
Editor’s Note: Recent Updates on After Effects of BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Five articles follow. From Huffington Post: NEW ORLEANS (AP) — After months of laboratory work, scientists say they can definitively finger oil from BP’s… Read More ›
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By JAY ALABASTER, Associated Press Jay Alabaster, Associated Press Tue Nov 2, 5:58 am ET TAIJI, Japan – An unprecedented meeting between conservationists and leaders of the dolphin-hunting village depicted in the Oscar-winning film “The Cove” ended in bitter disagreement Tuesday. The carefully organized… Read More ›
… I would be searching for one of the least known dolphins in the world. The snubfin dolphin, today known to science as Orcaella heinsohni, is only eight-feet long from its blunt snout to its flukes.
WWF reports that pesticides like DDT and contaminats like PCBs are killing the near extinct Irrawaddy Dolphin.