Save the Whales
People need to be educated about Whales and their environment. Whales and the environment they live in are a fragile ecosystem. Educating children and people will help save whales.
Many things disturb and even kill whales. Some of the most common are explosives in the water, mining operations, fishing nets, whaling, capture, and water runoff into the ocean that is toxic.
We help local and international campaigns to help protect whales. Some governments are actively helping to protect whales. Some governments and businesses have no interest in helping save the whales.
Eighty percent of life on earth is in the ocean. Blue whales are only 1 percent of their former population despite 40 years of protection. Humpback whales numbered 1.5 million prior to commercial whaling, now only 20,000 are left in the ocean.