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Malibu Proclamation Says Dolphins Deserve Rights to Freedom and Life

3/1/2014 - February 24, 2014 was an historic day in the movement to gain basic rights for dolphins and whales. A proclamation requesting protection for cetaceans and including a bold statement that dolphins should have the right to their own lives was presented to the Malibu City Council and was signed by Mayor...

Ad Calls for End to Taiji Dolphin Drive Hunt

2/14/2014 - Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project, a project of Earth Island Institute, today ran an advertisement in the New York Times calling for an end to the bloody dolphin hunts in Taiji, Japan. The ad includes a link to the Dolphin Project website where the public can send a letter to Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo...

400 dead dolphins washed ashore in Peru in January

2/12/2014 - Hundreds of dead dolphins splashed up on northern Peru's Pacific Ocean beaches in January, confounding scientists and marine biologists. In all, officials say more than 400 of the mammals have washed ashore in a region where more than twice that amount were found in 2012, The Associated Press (AP)...

Dolphin Project and IMMP Support Romanian Dolphin Personhood Law

2/8/2014 - The International Marine Mammal Project (IMMP) and Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project are supporting efforts to enact a law in Romania to declare dolphins as nonhuman persons in order to enhance their protections in the Black Sea. Romanian MP Remus Cernea presented the draft on Feb 4 2014 to the Romanian...

Dead dolphins washing up on shores of Maryland

8/9/2013 - Environmental damage and an increase in toxins caused by human activity are believed to be responsible for a dramatic uptick in dolphin deaths along the East Coast this year, experts say. In Maryland, seven bottlenose dolphins have recently washed ashore, "part of a larger mystery along the Mid-Atlantic...

Dolphins granted personhood by government of India

8/9/2013 - Dolphins have been granted "non-human personhood" status by the government of India, making India the first nation in the world to recognize the unique intelligence and self-awareness of the cetacean order (a class of aquatic mammals). The decision was announced by India's Minister of the Environment...

Animal intelligence now irrefutable: Bottlenose dolphins call each other by name

8/1/2013 - The dolphin is a fascinating marine mammal species with amazing cognitive and intellectual capacities that science has shown far exceed those of almost all other non-human mammals. And a recent study published in the journal, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), adds to the mystery...

What dolphins can teach us about high quality diets

12/5/2012 - A new study carried out by scientists by the University of British Columbia and the University of La Rochelle, in France, may shed some light onto the importance of having a balanced diet, by looking at some unusual subjects: dolphins and whales. More importantly, this research highlights the importance...

Dolphins indulge in elite societies and cliques just like humans do, scientists find

8/4/2012 - One of the smartest mammals on the planet apart from human beings, dolphins have long fascinated scientists because of their incredible intellectual abilities, which include things like their amazing aptness at solving problems, planning ahead, and even experiencing emotions. And a new study published...

Dead baby dolphins continue to wash ashore on Gulf beaches

3/5/2011 - Dozens of dead baby and adult dolphins have washed ashore on Gulf beaches since the beginning of the year, according to new reports. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says the rising death count is exceptionally high, especially because the normal birthing season for dolphins...

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