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James Robbins continues his monthly blogs about his PhD investigating ship strike and how he will be undertaking research to better understand this threat.
Well what a year 2019 was!
The animal, which is the first stranded orca in England and Wales since 2001 was discovered just before Christmas.
The final 21 belugas that were being kept in 'whale jails' in Russia's far east have been released
A humpback whale found dead in the Thames this week was likely to have been killed by ship strike according to a report from experts investigating the incident.
A humpback whale has been spotted in the River Thames in the Dagenham area and is being monitored by the relevant organisations.
A new paper has shared findings that the most prevalent cause of ceacens strandings is the little understood threat, ship strike.
On Sunday 30th June, Japan will be leaving the International Whaling Commission (IWC). A concerning decision which will see them conducting commercial whaling within its 200-mile Exclusive Zone and coastal waters.
After a three day struggle a sperm whale that was spotted in the Thames sadly stranded and died.
ORCA will be monitoring whales and dolphins on a very special cruise in May 2021 with Oceanwide Expeditions.
An investigation has identified the deceased Portsmouth whale as a juvenile fin whale.
Our paper on the teeth observed in a group of True’s beaked whales has been published on Peer J!
Sadly, the British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) have confirmed that the humpback whale seen swimming in the River Thames over the weekend has died.
After 33 years, Japan have once again commenced commercial whaling, after leaving the International Whaling Commission (IWC) on the 30th June this year.
Today new EU measures have come into place with the hope of reducing bycatch of endangered, threatened and protected species.
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