Video on Shark Protection Presented to Latin American Environmental Prosecutors

On Friday, November 22, 2013, Sea Shepherd Galapagos presented the Spanish-Portuguese version of the video Fiscales y protección de tiburones (prosecutors and shark protection) at the Fifth Latin-American Congress of Environmental Prosecut ...

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Manotas, the First Sea Shepherd Galapagos Wildlife-sniffing Dog, Retires

Mid-October, I found myself panting up and down the steep cobblestone streets of colonial Quito. The 10-hour plane ride and the 9000+ feet elevation of Ecuador’s capital were however not the only thing robbing me of my breath. Quito’s b ...

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English Biologist Godfrey Merlen Weighs in on “Cultural” and “Scientific” Whaling

English biologist Dr. Godfrey Merlen has lived in the Galapagos Islands for more than 40 years. Merlen was originally drawn to the islands because unlike other places in the world, it was still possible to see and feel nature’s patterns o ...

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CITES 101 and the Year of the Sharks?

CITES 101 and the Year of the Sharks? Commentary by Gary Stokes, Coordinator, Sea Shepherd Hong Kong Entrance to CITES CoP16 in Bangkok, ThailandPhoto: Sea ShepherdMarch 11th, 2013  — Wow, what a day. For the past week or so I ha ...

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