Taiji, the cove update

16-02-19 - Blue cove 15-02-19 - Red cove • 28 melon headed whales have been driven into the cove and have all been slaughtered 14-02-19 - Red cove •10 Risso dolphins were driven into the cove, all adults were killed and calves were taken back out to sea 13-02-19 - Red cove •5 Risso dolphins... Continue Reading →

If we don’t protect them who will ?

The southern African countries of Namibia, Zimbabwe and south Africa hold 90%of africa's remaining black rhinos and white rhinos. Unfortunately over the last couple of years the numbers of poached rhinos is skyrocketing as more than 1000 were killed in one year in South Africa alone. Due to the high demand of rhino horn this... Continue Reading →

Dolphins are DYING to preform for you

*Some of these images may be seen as upsetting or disturbing * The pros and cons to captivity of wild animals. In my opinion there are very few, if any, marine animals that should be kept in captivity. my personal opinion from avoiding extinctions Facebook is ... Captivity is one of the many practices I... Continue Reading →

Born to be killed

One of the extreme kinds of trophy hunting is canned hunting, most of the innocent victims being killed are lions. These lions are born in captivity and will be taken away from their mothers within a couple of hours of being born to be used in zoos for people to hold and have pictures taken.... Continue Reading →

Dolphin slaughter in Peru

* Warning some viewers may find images upsetting and disturbing * It really surprises me how much cruelty really goes on, on this planet, cruelty many have not even heard of and therefore is not being stopped. Did you know Peru has one of the highest killings of dolphins each year? Did you know the... Continue Reading →

The first massacre of 2019

*** Warning some of these images may be seen as disturbing or upsetting *** Alough most of the world have moved into 2019, the Faroe islands remain in the dark ages, even the Japanese banger boats remained docked over holidays and new year. On the 1st of January the Faroes killed it's first pod of... Continue Reading →

Extinction is forever !

The vaquita The vaquita is a species of porpoise endemic to the northern part of the Gulf of California. It is believed that there are only 12 - 15 individual vaquitas remaining. Conservation status - critically endangered ( population decreasing ) Mass - 43kg ( adult ) Scientific name - Phocoena Sinus Height - up... Continue Reading →

Palm oil, the effects on our world.

Recently Iceland released their 2018 Christmas advert which highlights the impact of deforestation from palm oil and the impact this has orangutans, the advert has been banned by ASA. This advert has helped raise awareness that many foods and everyday items are responsible for deforestation and death to orangutans. Recently there has been an orangutan... Continue Reading →

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