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Meet the legendary pink river dolphins
Botos don't look or live like other dolphins. Flamingo-pink all over with super-skinny snouts and chubby cheeks, they certainly stand out in a crowd. And they...
The ocean is awash with plastic – can we ever clean it up?
You've seen pictures of plastic litter accumulating on beaches or marine wildlife swimming through floating rubbish in some ocean far away and, like me, you've...
Is this the beginning of the end for whaling off Iceland?
I'm feeling cautiously optimistic after Iceland's Fisheries Minister Svandís Svavarsdóttir wrote that there is little justification for authorising any further whaling when the current permits...
Understanding whale and dolphin hunts in the Faroe Islands – why change is not easy
Most people in my home country of the Faroe Islands would like to see an end to the kind of dolphin hunt that sparked an...
Dolphin scientists look like you and me – citizen science in action
Our amazing volunteers have looked out for dolphins from the shores of Scotland more than 75,000 times. That's 75,000 dolphin watches carried out as part...