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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Sea Shepherd Galapagos Wildlife-Sniffing K9 Officers Bosco, Cristina, Kevin and Nico Retire

In October 2013, Manotas was the first Golden Lab of the Galapagos K9 wildlife-detection unit of the Ecuadorian National Police to retire. Read the original story Manotas, the First Sea Shepherd Galapagos Wildlife-sniffing Dog, Retires. The ...

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Four More Sea Shepherd Wildlife-Sniffing Canine Officers Set To Retire, Looking for Homes

Sea Shepherd sees the Galapagos Islands as our line in the sand. If we are unable to protect this diverse ecosystem and UNESCO World Heritage Site, what will be able to protect? As part of our wide-ranging work to defend the Galapagos, Sea ...

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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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