(FREE MORGAN) AMSTERDAM — Animals belong in the wild where they are free to flourish and demonstrate their natural beauties. However, a court decision calls for the orca named Morgan to be sent to Loro Parque rather than to be returned home safely. Not losing hope, the Orca Coalition will continue to fight for Morgan's freedom. Read on to learn more about this judicial debacle and the the Orca Coalition's upcoming plans. — Global Animal
CANADA-Scientists have found ancient species of coral and sponges previously unknown to science of the Newfoundland Coast.
(SEAWORLD) CALIFORNIA — The animal rights group PETA is accusing SeaWorld of violating the 13th Amendment ban on slavery by mistreating its marine park orcas. According to PETA, the lawsuit which will be filed today in San Diego, aims to grant constitutional rights to the 5 orca whales, one of which made headlines last year when his trainer drowned after he dragged her underwater. Read on for more about this developing lawsuit. — Global Animal
December 1, 2010 JAPAN– JUST IN: According to conservationist Pete Bethune, Japanese whalers have left port in three harpoon ships for the start of the 2010 whaling season.
(ANIMAL WELFARE) TASMANIA — Four whales are fighting for their lives in Tasmania, an island off Australia. Sixteen other sperm whales were recently beached and didn't survive because of conditions that prevented human aid attempts. Read on for what the West Coast Parks and Wildlife Service is attempting to do to save these beached whales. — Global Animal