Maui’s Dolphin Is Rarest In The World And New Zealand’s Government Might Not Save It

by James Johnson
Posted in: Animal News

The Maui’s dolphin is one of the rarest dolphins in the world and now scientists in New Zealand are attempting to save the species from extinction.

The International Whaling Commission’s (IWC) committee has released a report in which it demands that fishing mmediately be banned in waters inhabited by the Maui’s dolphin …

The Inquisitr – Posted: July 2, 2013

Maui’s Dolphin Is Rarest In The World And New Zealand’s Government Might Not Save It


Circus: PETA Playing Politics With Animal Abuse Allegations

Posted by Gregory Kyriakakis (Editor)

PETA alleged that animals were abused during several June shows in New Jersey

The animal performers in the Kelly Miller Circus were treated properly and inspected by state officials without incident during shows in New Jersey, the circus’s general manager said in response to accusations of abuse filed by PETA (…) … – July 2, 2013 at 11:47 am…


Japan Defends Whaling Program In UN’s Highest Court

by Jessica Leader

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Japan is opening its defense of the country’s controversial whaling program in the seas around Antarctica during hearings at the United Nations’ highest court …

Huffington Post- – 07/02/2013 9:57 am EDT…


Reykjavik University professor assists Japan in whaling dispute

Bjarni Már Magnússon, one of Iceland´s leading Ocean Law experts, and a professor at RU, has been assisting Japanese lawyers with the court dispute they are enthralled in, with Australia, over whaling …

News of Iceland – Tuesday, 02 July 2013 08:01…


Published by „the fellbeißer“© (July 02, 2013)

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