Whales

Blue whales are the largest and heaviest animals on the planet, spanning up to 25 metres and weighing around 140 tonnes. And
Rescuers in New Zealand were faced with a grim discovery on Saturday as hundreds more pilot whales became stranded, bringing
Tilikum died on 6 January 2017. He was 36. He spent most of his life in tanks that consisted of 0.00001% of his natural habitat. He was fed only processed and frozen fish. He performed tricks each day to the rapturous applause of folks like my brothers and I. SeaWorld released an almost laughable statement claiming that he had lived an 'enriching life'.
The time for debating whether it's real is long, long gone. The time has come to do something about it. We CAN act to make big changes and save our planet. The first step, has to be making the people believe. Let's make our Planet Great again.
Much reporting from the recent 66th meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC66), where representatives from nations
Which august international body celebrated its 70th birthday by paying special attention to faecal plumes? And what, you
At IWC 66, we should celebrate the 30th anniversary of the moratorium. The IWC and its members should be proud of its growing engagement with modern issues and we should all look to see where else it might be able to lend assistance!
Rescuers embarked on a 12-hour operation to save the whales.