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E-tracking marine predators to protect Southern Ocean’s rich feeding grounds

Scientists from a number of institutions collaborated to collect data on 17 marine birds and mammals such as penguins, albatrosses, seals and whales in the ocean around Antarctica

Canada bans capture and breeding of dolphins, whales

The bill, first proposed in 2015 and now awaiting symbolic royal approval

A rare glimpse into the world of the Red Sea’s dolphins and whales

A new report will supply some information needed for science based conservation measures in the Red Sea

​There’s a crisis in our oceans, illegal fishing dwarfs ivory and rhino horn poaching

France, SA and Mozambique will give trawlers in the Mozambique Channel a harder time, but can they control the $23bn a year industry?

The kids who could bloom into Proteas

A spot in the Dolphins squad could be the first step to greatness for two hard-working teenagers.

Scientists discover new dolphin species

Scientists have discovered the first new river dolphin species in almost 100 years, in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil.

Japan finishes biggest dolphin slaughter yet

An activist group says Japanese fishermen have finished killing some 250 dolphins in the biggest roundup it has witnessed in the last four years.

Glad tide rising for the dolphins of Ponto do Ouro

Mozambique is making great strides in efforts to safeguard ­marine life in its coastal reserves, but there’s much more to do.

‘You play so well … and you carry drinks all season’

Nasief Morris puts his pride in his pocket and Jean de Villiers throws his name in the hat for Springbok selection. It's the quotes of the week.

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