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This Week in Whales

Zak Smith

Posted August 18, 2011 in Saving Wildlife and Wild Places

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Interesting news in the world of whales this week (or close to it):

Sperm Whales

          

Meanwhile, this week in Wales…

Worlds colliding this week as whales were spotted off the coast of Wales.  Sea Watch Foundation, a marine environmental research charity that focuses on whale and dolphin conservation in the seas around Britain and Ireland recently held its 10th National Whale and Dolphin Watch, counting marine mammals off of the islands’ coasts.  This year, 158 dolphins and whales were spotted off the coast of Wales.

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Comments

Emily MeyerAug 19 2011 01:22 PM

Eighty-five dead baby dolphins?! The aftermath of the BP spill in the Gulf will affect us for generations to come--and Obama just approved more drilling projects in the Arctic?! Our public officials need to stop pandering to corporate donors and start acting in the public's best interest.

Timothy NealAug 19 2011 03:05 PM

The Obama administration should impose sanctions on itself

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