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    • Ban on field trips to theme parks with captive dolphins, whales sought 

      Romero, Paolo (The Philippine Star, September 9, 2012, on page 6)
      A party-list lawmaker has filed a resolution urging the Department of Education (DepEd) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to ban school field trips to theme parks that have captive dolphins and whales that ...
    • BFAR cites Ocean Adventure 

      (BusinessWorld, April 22, 2013, on page S4/4)
      Ocean Adventure is being recognized specifically for its central role in "the Development of a Marine Mammal Stranding response capability through the conduct of Marine Mammal (Cetacean) Stranding Workshops to BFAR ...
    • Whales and dolphins have own cemetery too 

      Penones, Frank Jr. (The Manila Times, October 26, 2016, on page A7)
      Bula, Camarines Sur: Whales and dolphins here are assigned their own graveyard too. Dead sea mammals, which are collectively called cetaceans, have been allotted a burial place at the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources ...
    • WWF hails Ilocos fisher as ‘environment hero’ 

      Yap, DJ (Philippine Daily Inquirer, August 3, 2013, on page A4)
      For saving a dolphin trapped in a fishing net, a 63-year-old fisherman from Ilocos Norte has been named the latest “Hero of the Environment” by the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF)-Philippines. Francisco Vergara, who ...
    • WWF report: Chemical contamination in the high seas threatens ocean mammals 

      Arias, Priscila R. (The Philippine Star, December 16, 1999, on page B-13)
      Chemical contamination is linked to disease, reproductive failure and sporadic die-offs among the world's whales, dolphins and porpoises, according to a recent report from the World Wildlife Fund. "Synthetic chemicals are ...