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T-Shirts For Lolita

We've set up a new online store to help with funding to produce a T.V commercial for Lolita "In order to help Lolita to return home, we need to change our...

Thomas Cook – #DropTheDolphins Tweetstorm

Well done everyone, our work has been picked up by The Sun and brought much needed attention to the plight of captive dolphins and how the travel agents exploit them...

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Drop The Dolphins – AD Campaign

In today’s Guardian newspaper! (National not London edition) This ad has gone out to 400,000+ readers! #DropTheDolphins…… Please join us on Dolphin Freedom UK, for active campaign work for the dolphins.....

London Calling – Japan Dolphins Day

Sometimes you don’t have to be “great”, you don’t have to be the “best”, you don’t have to be the “loudest”….you just have to show up, be present, stand with...

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Keiko Must Be Honoured

It's absolutely essential to repair the damage done by the industry by labeling Keiko's return to his native habitat a failure. We need to show the world how well he...

Week Twenty Three / Four in Taiji

Risso's dolphin escorted back to the killing cove after trying to escape. Put yourself in their place. Imagine seeing your family being murdered in front of your eyes. Please stand...

Week Twenty Two in Taiji

Week Twenty Two in Taiji

Jan 29 -30 – Blue The rain gives a welcome break for the dolphins who are swimming on their migratory route past Taiji, Japan. After such a truly horrific week where...

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Week Twenty One in Taiji

I am writing this as a big pod of striped dolphins have been driven into the killing cove in Japan, some have become stuck in the nets, some are bleeding...

Week Nineteen/Twenty in Taiji

A small family of eight bottlenose dolphins were driven into the cove. Four were slaughtered and four were dumped back at sea. A complete waste of beautiful innocent lives....

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Week Thirteen to Eighteen in Taiji

It appeared to be a Blue Cove Day when the first of two boats began to make their way back to the harbour. However, soon after, a formation of seven...

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Week Twelve in Taiji

We Are Family: First Pod of Pilot Whales Terrorized in Taiji. “I am shocked by the drive we witnessed today of 50 or more pilot whales. I could see them...

Week Eleven in Taiji

Risso Dolphins netted in the cove. They will be left here overnight and slaughtered tomorrow. All around the world who worry for the Risso’s tonight we are here to give them...

Week Ten in Taiji

Taiji: Boats heading out to hunt for Dolphins. – 6.05am Both Risso’s captured a few days ago being transferred from harbour pens to transfer truck. Transfer truck awaiting the Risso’s that are...

IN SOLIDARITY WITH RIC O’BARRY

In Solidarity with Ric O’Barry

On October 16th we joined Ric O’Barry outside the Japanese Embassy in London to protest against the slaughter and capture of dolphins for the captivity trade in Taiji, Japan....

We Remember Barry Horne

Peter Hughes of the University of Sunderland cites Horne’s campaign as an example of how promoting an animal rights perspective created a paradigm shift in the UK toward seeing dolphins...

Week Seven to Nine in Taiji

Not again! Drive advancing fast – 8.50am A small pod of Risso’s are now caught in the cove – 9.40am The cover up! Dead Risso’s transported to slaughterhouse – 10.10am...

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Week Three in Taiji

A pod of approximately 75-80 dolphins bottlenose dolphins that – moments earlier – was swimming free in the open ocean, has been captured in Taiji, Japan. The dolphins were...

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Bullied, Terrified & Alone in the Faroes

Today instead of killing the few pilot whales they drove into the Fjord under severe stress, they decided to not use the lance and the knife to kill them. Rather...

Faroe Islands Tourism Linked To Slaughter

Sea Shepherd fiercely defends against violent attack on a pod of pilot whales. Faroe Islands tourism industry directly linked to the slaughter of another 61 pilot whales as EU and...

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For The 250 Taken From The Ocean

This is Suyay, #98 pilot whale, killed in the Tórshavn slaughter in the Faroe Islands on July 23, 2015. “Suyay" means ‘to wait’...