For the first time, the annual dolphin hunt in Taiji, Japan is no longer just an issue for activists – it’s now also becoming a scientific issue.
Today’s highlights include a clip from Blackfish, a fish from Japan’s 2011 tsunami found in the US, and the return of southern right whales.
Check out today’s highlights including militarized dolphins, the threat of sea level rise and the successful extraction of frozen methane from beneath the sea.
Check out this awesome article from TakePart about a Scottish mom who could single-handedly be credited with ending the dolphin slaughter in Japan’s Cove.
Cetacean Society International is a non-profit conservation, education and research organization that works for whales, dolphins, porpoises, and their marine environment.