Historic Verdict for Galapagos Sharks

An Ecuadorian Tribunal has issued a historic verdict on the notorious Fer Mary case. The Tribunal found the captain and crew of the fishing vessel, guilty of poaching sharks in Galapagos, a protected area and a UNESCO (United Nations Educat ...

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New “Recruits” Join Sea Shepherd’s K-9 Unit In The Galapagos

The 16th of April was a milestone day for the cooperative work between the Ecuadorian Environmental Police and Sea Shepherd, for it celebrated the training of the newest dog guides and wildlife-sniffing dogs in the K9 unit, which successful ...

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Three Sea Shepherd Wildlife-Sniffing Dogs Retiring, Looking for Homes

Since the year 2000, Sea Shepherd has maintained a positive presence in the Galapagos Islands, cooperating in efforts by the National Park Service to protect the Galapagos Marine Reserve and the wildlife within. As part of our wide-ranging ...

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K9 Wildlife Contraband Detection Unit Will Remain Active in Galapagos Through 2017

Sea Shepherd Galapagos is pleased to announce a renewed agreement to extend cooperation of the K9 Police Unit specializing in the detecting of wildlife trafficking through 2017. Sea Shepherd Galapagos and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of ...

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