Saving Dolphins and Whales and Protecting the Oceans
- Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project
International organization dedicated to restoring freedom for all captive dolphins and whales. Headed by Ric O'Barry, former trainer of "Flipper" who has dedicated his life to liberating dolphins.
Dedicated to the preservation and protection of cetaceans
Evidence of Self-Awareness in the Bottlenose Dolphin
of the Silver Rings
by Don White, Creator of Project Delphis
"The young dolphin gives a quick flip of her head, and an undulating silver ring appears--as if by magic--in front of her..."
Recognize, Admire Themselves in Mirrors
National Geographic News
Dolphins have an ability to recognize and examine themselves in mirrors, scientists say. The findings will likely stir the debate on animal self-awareness and the ethics of using them in experiments.
Information about dolphins, their complex communication and the controversy surrounding captive dolphins.
A private, non-profit research foundation organized to promote awareness of marine mammal conservation and to increase knowledge of communication behaviors between and among all dolphin species.
of Monkey Mia - Shark Bay (WA) Research Foundation
Fascinating information on the research of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins in Monkey Mia, Shark Bay, Western Australia.
Whale, dolphin, and porpoise education and conservation while building bridges between the scientific community, people, and public policy since 1967.
- Dolphin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia