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WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation
About Whales and dolphins
Whales - meet the different species
Dolphins - meet the different species
Facts about whales
Facts about dolphins
Introduction to whale and dolphin species guide
Living alongside humans
Welcome to the world of whales and dolphins
WDC in Action
Homes for whales and dolphins
Rights for whales and dolphins
Conservation and Research
Education and Outreach
Strandings and rescue
Whale and dolphin watching
Swimming with dolphins
Dolphin drive hunts
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Adopt or donate
Discover over 80 types of Whales and Dolphins
The largest toothed whale and a deep diver
Found in arctic polar waters, the long tusk of a narwhal is a tooth.
False killer whale
Inhabits deep warm or tropical waters
Orca (Killer Whale)
Male orcas spend their entire lives alongside their mothers.
These white whales are known as the canaries of the sea.
North Atlantic right whale
Less than 500 of these large whales survive today.
Amazon River dolphin
These amazing dolphins live in the Amazon rainforest.
The world's rarest species of porpoise.
What we are doing
Pledge Never to Plunge
Help end the cruelty of whale and dolphin captivity
EXPEDITION: White Sharks and Whales!
Join us for a Lecture Cruise in August, or an amazing day trip to see whales, sharks and seabirds in September.
Ways to Keep in Touch
We know that different people like to connect in different ways, so find which method works best for you.
Things you can do
Adopt a humpback whale
Support our work by adopting a humpback today.
WDC Kids website
Information about whales and dolphins for kids.
See a Spout
Do you know what to do if you ‘see a spout?’
WDC, in partnership with NOAA has developed Whale SENSE, a responsible whal
WDC (NA) Field Research Internship Program
Internships and volunteer positions with WDC.