CND says the action was not organised by them
Experts found killer whales, bottlenose dolphins and striped dolphins had highest concentrations of PCB in their blubber
People associated with the group have been involved in a range of campaigns in recent weeks, including high profile attacks on Isis
'We’d like to find out how the marine ecosystem of the Antarctic Ocean is actually shifting,' says Japanese representative
Scientists believe the Sei whale may have died of old age
The substance is used to preserve the scent of perfume
Hundreds of dolphins are killed in a remote Japanese bay during hunting season. The town argues it is an important tradition, but conservationists maintain the bloody practice is inhumane
Conservationists warn the captive selection process will begin again tomorrow
Anti-whaling activists Sea Shepherd say they shot the footage showing dead whales in pools of blood
Sea Shepherd would aim to scupper missions by any means, whether it was throwing foul-smelling acid or sinking ships. At what point did you join?
Taiji will continue to hunt small whales and dolphins despite project
Campaigners urge UK firm to halt imports from Icelandic fishing giant with links to whalers
Malcolm Clarke was an international expert on two animals which remain among the most mysterious on the planet: the sperm whale and the giant squid. He spent most of his adult life pursuing these creatures, from the whaling grounds of the Antarctic,to the deep waters off the Azores – the remote archipelago where he lived latterly, within daily sight of his subjects.
Why would any self-respecting person want to go on a website and detail their sexual conquests?
The Lonely Planet Adventure: There's no need for a cage when you share the water with these giant creatures
Chocó department, on Colombia’s Pacific coast, is one of the wettest places on Earth. It rains all the time. The small group that I was with was visiting a community tourism project, Mano Cambiada, based in the town of Nuquí. The warning that, on the boat journey to Mano Cambiada’s lodge, we might get wet was an understatement. A little short of two hours in, in our small boat on the open sea, we were drenched to the skin.