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Pilot whale News

Dozens of pilot whales strand and die on New Zealand beach

Takaka - Thirty-nine pilot whales died after becoming stranded on a beach at Golden Bay on the South Island of New Zealand, reports the New Zealand Ministry of Conservation. Many of the mammals could not be saved and were euthanized to prevent further suffering.
In the Media by Igor I. Solar - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Tensions heat up in Taiji

Taiji - The story of the annual slaughter of dolphins and whales in the town of Taiji, Japan, brought to the world stage by the documentary The Cove, continues to circulate among animal rights activists and environmentalists as tensions reach a climax.
In the Media by Richard Smith - 1 comment

Pilot whales stranded on Scottish beach

A team of animal rescue experts have been called to a mass stranding of whales on the coast of Fife, Scotland. Some of whales have died, others may be saved.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 5 comments
 

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Pilot whale beached
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Pilot whale beached
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Long- and short-finned species of pilot whales (that belong to the order Cetacea and genus Globiceph...
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Long- and short-finned species of pilot whales (that belong to the order Cetacea and genus Globicephala) are difficult to distinguish from a distance.
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The blood-stained beach of Hvalba during a pilot whale grindadrap (hunt) in the Faroe Islands. The w...
Erik Christensen
The blood-stained beach of Hvalba during a pilot whale grindadrap (hunt) in the Faroe Islands. The water turns blood red and stays that way for days to follow.
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Barney Moss
Pilot whale "spyhopping"
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Whaling in the Faroe Islands (GrindadrĂ¡p) in Hvalba. Strict regulations govern the pilot whale hunt...
Erik Christensen- Wikipedia
Whaling in the Faroe Islands (GrindadrĂ¡p) in Hvalba. Strict regulations govern the pilot whale hunts. Over a 1000 whales are killed annually.
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Stranded pilot whale
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Stranded pilot whale
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