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 →

The bonus to nature.

Today's blog is more of a personal blog about some of my amazing experiences and first encounters of some marine life I have had. ♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡ On the 1st of November I went to the Farne Islands from sea houses in the UK which is small drive from where I live. The trip we paid for... Continue Reading →

Hunt Saboteurs – fox hunting

The 'sport' fox hunting was banned in the UK during 2005. Fox hounds where originally bread to hunt deer and hares. Fox hounds were not built to be speedy but due to their stamina they are able to kill the fox. They could cross breed these hounds with a faster dog such as a racing... Continue Reading →

Animals Asia – Bear Bile Farming

More than 10,000 bears are kept on bile farms held within China. Along with this, official figures put the numbers suffering in Vietnam at about 1,000. These animals have bile extracted on a regular basis for use in both traditional medicine and in many ordinary household products. The bile is extracted using multiple painful techniques... Continue Reading →

Dolphin abandoned in Japan

In January 2018 a Japanese aquarium shut down, leaving a female bottle nose dolphin named Honey in a concrete small tank and also leaving around 48 penguins and hundreds of fish. Honey is a female bottlenose dolphin who was captured in 2005 near Taiji. These animals who have been abandoned are still being fed regularly,... Continue Reading →

The Belugas

* short post about captivity and Belugas. Soon to be born Beluga The Shedd Aquarium in Chicago has recently announced that Mauyak, one of their Beluga whales is pregnant with a calf which will be due late summer. Mauyak was taken from her family in the wild when she was 2 and has not seen... Continue Reading →

Iceland whaling season has ended.

Its offical the whaling season in iceland has ended. After 146 endangered fin whales have been killed not including 21+ unborn calfs killed when there mothers were shot with a explosive harpoon. During this 100 day time were the company Hvalure H/F could whale with their boats Hvalur 8 and Hvalur 9, there has been... Continue Reading →

Another win for the whales

Last week during IWC 67 ( international whaling comision) , Japan attempted to make comercial whale hunting leagle. They did this by presenting there evidence of which they have found from killing whales under the term research. Despite paying nations and insidious tactics the proposal to legalise whaling has once again failed by a vote... Continue Reading →

Cove Guardian denied entry to Taiji.

Each year, Sea Shepherd volunteers travel to Taiji, Japan to witness and document the capture of wild dolphins for slaughter or captivity. Disclaimer: there is a very small market for dolphin meat for consumption in Japan. Dolphin meat is highly toxic for humans and many Japanese people no longer consumer dolphin and whale meat. Some... Continue Reading →

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