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Introduction to whale and dolphin species guide
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Discover over 80 types of Whales and Dolphins
The largest animal to have lived on Earth.
Orca (Killer Whale)
Male orcas spend their entire lives alongside their mothers.
North Atlantic right whale
Less than 500 of these whales survive today.
The world's rarest species of porpoise.
These white whales are known as the canaries of the sea.
Boto (Amazon River dolphin)
These amazing dolphins live in the Amazon rainforest.
The largest toothed whale and deep diver
Found in arctic polar waters, the long tusk of a narwhal is a tooth.
What we are doing
Save the New Zealand dolphin
Help save the New Zealand dolphin from extinction.
Proposal for marine protection of the Ross Sea
WDC is calling for the Ross Sea in Antarctica to be protected, one of last remaining near-pristine ecoystems in the world.
Stop selling trips to SeaWorld Sir Richard Branson
Help us persuade Virgin to stop supporting marine parks that hold captive whales and dolphins.
Things you can do
WDC (NA) Intern / Residential Volunteer Program
Internships and volunteer positions with WDC.
WDC Corporate Partners
Working with companies who support our work.
Leave beluga whales in the wild
Join our campaign to stop Georgia Aquarium from importing wild beluga whale
WDC Kids website
Information about whales and dolphins for kids.
See a Spout
Do you know what to do if you ‘see a spout?’