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Vaquita. Photo Thomas Jefferson

Scientific Committee gives first ever official species extinction warning

Photo: Thomas Jefferson We have welcomed the urgent call by experts to protect the vaquita...
blue whale

Whale fossil from Peru may have been heavier than blue whale

Scientists examining the bones of a 39 million-year-old ancient whale have concluded that it may...
Humpback whale © Christopher Swann

Humpback whales breach in synchronisation

Humpback whales are renowned for their incredible acrobatic displays, but a family in the USA...
Long-finned pilot whale

Unusual activity witnessed before pilot whale stranding

Just days after a pod of long-finned pilot whales stranded on an island in the...

18000 people flock to see Wild Dolphins for final time

Over 18,000 people flocked to see all 50 Wild Dolphin sculptures as they were displayed for the final time in Aberdeen before going up for auction on Wednesday 10th to raise funds for WDC.

The sculptures were moved to centre of the city after being situated on a trail around Aberdeen over the summer months.

The trail was a huge hit with local people, and tourists and now it is hoped that bidders for each sculpture will dig deep to raise as much money as possible for WDC.