INBREEDING CONTROVERSY MAKING WAVES FOR USHAKA SEA WORLD

INBREEDING CONTROVERSY MAKING WAVES FOR USHAKA SEA WORLD The recent birth and death of a nine day-old Bottlenose dolphin, named ‘Baby’, at uShaka Sea World in South Africa, has sparked tremendous upset and controversy throughout the marine conservation community. Given there is only one other male dolphin in captivity at uShaka apart from the original […]

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CONSERVATION MISSIONS WANTED – CAPTAIN’S BLOG 28

In 2013, Earthrace ran a series of Conservation missions in Costa Rica and West Africa.  Missions included targeting illegal trawling, illegal longlining, protection of Marine Protected Areas, illegal gold mining, and the illegal harvesting of turtle eggs.  With a team of 25, half a dozen ex-military personnel, a full film crew, and over a million […]

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