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Japan: Taiji Dolphin hunting season sparks protest
Once again Taiji’s dolphin hunters are readying their nets and sharpening their steel rods for a season of capturing and killing. Pods of dolphins will be corralled into Japan’s most infamous cove,...
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Virus deadly to dolphin hits Indian River Lagoon
A virus killing bottlenose dolphins by the hundreds along the Atlantic seaboard has spread to the Indian River Lagoon, with foreboding consequences for dolphins that spend their lives here. And the...
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Britain needs to do more to solve unemployment of...
... unemployment of young people August 14, 2014 10:38 am LONDON, Aug. 14 — British think tank Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)'s new report has suggested that the country need to do...
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Vaquita Porpoise Faces Imminent Extinction—Can It...
... rapidly going extinct, an international team of scientists reported earlier this month. The researchers say that the marine mammals—whose name means "little cow" in Spanish—are accidentally...
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International Committee for the Recovery of the Vaquita
We consider food animals such as cows to be mentally inferior to those, like dolphins, horses, and dogs, which we don’t typically eat. Illustration by Leo Espinosa. One night in the fall of 2009,...
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