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@brendonbissonnette

brendonbissonnette
J26 “mike” has been catching fish non-stop on our last few sightings of him! it’s always fascinating to watch such incredible displays of power. unfortunately, we can’t say the same for his youngest sister, j50 “scarlet.” last night, she was a mile away from the others on her own (as is increasingly usual) and barely surfacing. at some point you have to ask why all that is being done to ‘save’ the southern residents revolves around everything except recovery of chinook salmon...
3 54 13 minutes ago

@science_naturae

science_naturae
#repost @dolphin_project
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for most of her life, katina has been confined to glass & concrete tanks. she’s been bred multiple times, with many of her calves shipped to other aquariums. on march 17, katina suffered a significant injury to her dorsal fin. this shouldn’t be her life! dolphins are not entertainment & don’t belong in captivity. click the link in our bio to take action. #dolphinproject #dontbuyaticket #emptythetanks #thanksnotanks
0 1 29 minutes ago

@killerwhaleccool

killerwhaleccool
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0 26 35 minutes ago

@jointours

jointours
Escucha la emoción de unas #travellers al ver a estos gigantes visitantes 😎.
#jointours #generacionjoin #ballenasjorobadas #ecuador #fomo #breakfreefromplastic #plasticfree
esta aventura tú la puedes vivir este 27 de julio 😎😎
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#repost @gabs_46 (@get_repost )
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watching humpback wales is just awesome!! 🤩🐳💕 #realseaworld #dontbuyaticket #emptythetanks #ballenasjorobadas #humpbackwhales #whales #puertolopez #ecuador
0 11 36 minutes ago

@earnaboldi

earnaboldi
Repost @maestro320
by @media.repost:
"the original surfers"
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this beautiful drone footage was made possible through the creative talent of professional landscape and wildlife photographer, true lover of our oceans, ryan pernofski @ryanpernofski - check this out! 🐬 🌊 music the bishop by joey pecoraro @joeypecoraro

dolphins are highly social animals, often living in pods of up to a dozen individuals, though pod sizes and structures vary greatly between species and locations. in places with a high abundance of food, pods can merge temporarily, forming a superpod; such groupings may exceed 1,000 dolphins. membership in pods is not rigid; interchange is common. dolphins can, however, establish strong social bonds; they will stay with injured or ill individuals, even helping them to breathe by bringing them to the surface if needed. this altruism does not appear to be limited to their own species. the dolphin moko in new zealand has been observed guiding a female pygmy s***m whale together with her calf out of shallow water where they had stranded several times. they have also been seen protecting swimmers from sharks by swimming circles around the swimmers or charging the sharks to make them go away. dolphins communicate using a variety of clicks, whistle-like sounds and other vocalizations. dolphins also use nonverbal communication by means of touch and posturing. they also display culture, something long believed to be unique to humans (and possibly other primate species). in may 2005, a discovery in australia found indo-pacific bottlenose dolphins (tursiops aduncus) teaching their young to use tools. they cover their snouts with sponges to protect them while foraging. this knowledge is mostly transferred by mothers to daughters, unlike simian primates, where knowledge is generally passed on to both sexes. using sponges as mouth protection is a learned behavior. another learned behavior was discovered among river dolphins in brazil, where some male dolphins use weeds and sticks as part of a s****l display.
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#conservation #education #research #oceanoptimism🌊 #oneoceanglobal🌎 @oneoceanglobal #dolphins #socialization #communities #earthlings #emptythetanks #c
1 6 39 minutes ago

@gipssyqueen

gipssyqueen
There is a grand difference between just eating a plant based diet and being vegan. being vegan goes beyond your plate of food. it’s not a diet. it’s a compassionate lifestyle. we do not support any form of exploitation of an animal. so, in addition to abstaining from animal products, we also refrain from wearing fur, silk, leather, wool. we don’t purchase products that are tested on animals or even have animal products such a gelatin or honey in them. another one! honey ! yea, no. not on our grocery list. save the bees. we also stay away from shopping big brands. those big brands sell vegan and are also still profiting off of their non vegan sales. another big one that most don’t know about is palm oil. yes, it is plant based, but we do not purchase anything with palm oil because of the massive destruction of the rainforest(killing hundreds of species) that is happening in order to attain it. however, there are some products with sustainably sourced palm oil; that’s our go to. we do not support any place that has animals captive from their natural habitat, whether it be for entertainment or just amusement like the zoo, circus, museums with animals, amusement parks with petting zoos, horse riding, the list goes on. there’s a lot that goes in to being vegan. it’s becoming fully aware of the domino affect your actions have. #vegan #stopeatinganimals #sustainability #conscious #palmoil #leather #wool #animaltesting #bananimaltesting #meatismurder #ditchdairy #dairyisscary #banfur #crueltyfree #savethebees #ecofriendly #compassionate #plantpowered #plantbased #awareness #animalactivist #animalliberation #animalrights #circus #exploitation #freedom #captivitykills #captivity #emptythecages #emptythetanks
0 32 1 hour ago

@planetwhale

planetwhale
We had such a magical experience with a nursery pod of risso’s dolphins ✨ there were multiple newborns and some still had fetal folds! i don’t think i’ve ever seen anything cuter!!!
3 41 59 minutes ago

@gabs_46

gabs_46
1 12 1 hour ago

@killerwhaleccool

killerwhaleccool
I love this!!! how about you
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#orca#killerwhale#blackfish#emptythetanks#whalewatching#whale#seaworld#oceanecoventures#killerwhales#cetacean#nofishnoblackfish#seaworldcares#orcas#deathatseaworld#seaworld#captivitykills#procap#captivitysucks
1 148 2 hours ago

@johngarzaphoto

johngarzaphoto
Happy manta monday 🖤
24 676 3 hours ago

@finseakers

finseakers
Hammerhead shark and a few dolphins! #emptythetanks #esterobaypreserve #fuckseaworld #mcid #echotour
3 5 2 hours ago

@megan.the.vegan.mom

megan.the.vegan.mom
🐋when i became a mother i knew how important it was for sean and i to teach graham compassion, how to be kind, and caring towards humans and animals. when he is older i will pass down my knowledge of animal rights awareness to him. but at 23 months old he needs to understand in a fun, kid-friendly way, and @munchkininc “project orca” program is a great way to start. graham can flaunt his project orca shirt to playdates, the grocery store and share about this fantastic cause and what it means to him & our family to save the whales.

we are able to turn bath time into a fun learning environment by reading our munchkin orca puppet bath book. by teaching him about animal activism, i hope he will understand the importance of keeping orcas and other whales in their rightful homes.

i would like to humbly ask my readers and fellow animal advocates to carry this message far and wide. we can help fundraise this project and expand the support for @whalesanctuaryproject that munchkin ceo steven dunn & his team at munchkin have so generously initiated.

click the link in my profile to learn how about this project & how you can help donate. 💙how do you help children understand compassion? .
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#partner #orcasliveinoceans #munchkinmoments #whalesanctuary #emptythetanks #killerwhales #projectorca #orca #animaladvocate #megantheveganmom #vegan #veganism #animalrights #banseaworld #keeporcaswild #educateachild #teachcompassion #toddlerlearning #bathtimefun #momblog #veganblog #toddlerproducts #veganfamily #vegantoddler #veganmom #marinelife #vegans #bathtoys #freethewhales #veganfortheanimals
4 37 3 hours ago

@maestro320

maestro320
"the original surfers"
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this beautiful drone footage was made possible through the creative talent of professional landscape and wildlife photographer, true lover of our oceans, ryan pernofski @ryanpernofski - check this out! 🐬 🌊 music the bishop by joey pecoraro @joeypecoraro

dolphins are highly social animals, often living in pods of up to a dozen individuals, though pod sizes and structures vary greatly between species and locations. in places with a high abundance of food, pods can merge temporarily, forming a superpod; such groupings may exceed 1,000 dolphins. membership in pods is not rigid; interchange is common. dolphins can, however, establish strong social bonds; they will stay with injured or ill individuals, even helping them to breathe by bringing them to the surface if needed. this altruism does not appear to be limited to their own species. the dolphin moko in new zealand has been observed guiding a female pygmy s***m whale together with her calf out of shallow water where they had stranded several times. they have also been seen protecting swimmers from sharks by swimming circles around the swimmers or charging the sharks to make them go away. dolphins communicate using a variety of clicks, whistle-like sounds and other vocalizations. dolphins also use nonverbal communication by means of touch and posturing. they also display culture, something long believed to be unique to humans (and possibly other primate species). in may 2005, a discovery in australia found indo-pacific bottlenose dolphins (tursiops aduncus) teaching their young to use tools. they cover their snouts with sponges to protect them while foraging. this knowledge is mostly transferred by mothers to daughters, unlike simian primates, where knowledge is generally passed on to both sexes. using sponges as mouth protection is a learned behavior. another learned behavior was discovered among river dolphins in brazil, where some male dolphins use weeds and sticks as part of a s****l display.
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#conservation #education #research #oceanoptimism🌊 #oneoceanglobal🌎 @oneoceanglobal #dolphins #socialization #communities #earthlings #emptythetanks #captivitykills #dontbuyaticket
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