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May 13, 2014 - Campaign Launched to End Slaughter of Dolphins in Peru

An international effort to end the brutal slaughter of dolphins in Peru was announced today by a coalition of marine conservation organizations. The campaign is aimed at fishing practices that rely on killing dolphins to use as shark bait. [ Read More ]

October 2013 - Holocaust For Dolphins And Sharks In Peru
Mass Slaughter of Dolphins for Shark Bait Documented

As many as fifteen thousand dolphins are killed yearly for use as shark bait and human consumption by Peruvian fishermen. An expedition conducted by the marine conservation organizations BlueVoice, based in USA, and Peru-based Mundo Azul has returned with video and photographic evidence of a massive hunt for dolphins carried out by Peruvian fishermen.
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Avalanche of Diseases Hit Marine Mammals
By Hardy Jones
Dolphins and other marine mammals are often described as sentinels of the health of the seas. They are long-lived, coastal dwelling, top-of-the-food-chain predators, sharing those characteristics with humans. Their news is that the oceans are contaminated so seriously it threatens the health of not only marine mammals but humans as well.
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June 2008 - Testing Reveals Extreme Levels of Mercury in Dolphin Eaters at Taiji, Japan
Tests conducted by BlueVoice.org in concert with Elsa Nature Conservancy during the spring of 2008 on residents of the village of Taiji, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan revealed that people who eat dolphin meat exhibit extremely high levels of mercury and other heavy metals.
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September 2009 - BlueVoice Opposes Humpback Hunt
The International Whaling Commission has set Dec. 8 - 10 in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA for a meeting that will decide whether Greenland will receive a quota to kill 50 humpback whales. BlueVoice, a St. Augustine based whale and dolphin conservation organization, has denounced the proposed hunts on humpbacks.
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June 2008 - Testing Reveals Extreme Levels of Mercury in Dolphin Eaters at Taiji, Japan
Tests conducted by BlueVoice.org in concert with Elsa Nature Conservancy during the spring of 2008 on residents of the village of Taiji, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan revealed that people who eat dolphin meat exhibit extremely high levels of mercury and other heavy metals.
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June 2008 - White Paper Entitled "A Shared Fate" Reveals Links Between Ocean Toxins And Cancer In Marine Mammals & Humans.
Bluevoice.org, has released version 1 of A SHARED FATE, documenting risks shared by humans and dolphins consuming fish and marine mammals from contaminated ocean habitats.
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April 2008 - The Toxins in our Environment - POPs (Persistent Organic Pollutants) Fact Sheet.
Scientists are finding extremely high levels of man-made chemicals in marine mammals and have come to understand the disastrous effect these chemicals have on marine and human life. [ Read More ]

May 2007 - Japan's Glut of Whale Meat - And No One Wants It!
1,035 tons of whale meat are in the markets of Japan now, and an additional 2,700 tons remain unsold. Whale meat is showing up in school lunches, meals at senior centers and even pet food. [ Read More ]

May 2007 - Japan To Kill Humpback Whales Beloved by Millions
Japan has announced plans to kill humpback whales beloved by millions of people in the southern hemisphere when the whales migrate to their Antarctica feeding grounds. 98% of Humpbacks have already wiped out. [ Read More ]

May 2007 - The History of Whaling In Antarctica - a Tale of Slaughter
The whaling industry in the Antarctic has produced a history of carnage that threatens the continuing existence of some whale species. [ Read More ]

 

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