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Adopt-a-Whale
and support research and conservation of southern right whales.
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Adopt-a-Whale
and support research and conservation of southern right whales.
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Adopt-a-Whale
and support research and conservation of southern right whales.

SOUTHERN RIGHTS

The southern right whale is one of the largest species of whale. Females are between 14 and 16 meters long and males are normally 13 to 15 meters.

OUR SUPPORTERS

We are very thankful to the organisations and individuals that support us and help us achieve our objectives.

ADOPT-A-WHALE

In order to obtain the much-needed funds for our research, we offer symbolic adoptions of our best known southern right whales.

OUR TAIL

Established in 1985, the Mammal Research Institute Whale Unit of the University of Pretoria researches the ecology, population dynamics and behaviour of cetaceans.

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By joining our Adopt-a-Whale community you will help to protect these beautiful creatures.

Introduction

Like humans and other land mammals they breathe air, give birth to live young and produce milk to feed them. Females have a limited number of calves and take extraordinary care of each baby.

TAX DEDUCTABLE

We issue an 18A tax receipt

ANNUAL NEWSLETTER

With special mention of your whale

CHANCE TO WIN

A whale watching experience

Some Feedback

Mishqa Slabbert

The Adopt-a-whale programme is a fantastic educational and conservational initiative. The team are extremely passionate about the cause. This is the type of programme that deserves great love and support!

Mishqa Slabbert
southernrightcharters

Excellent platform to support the research and conservation of southern right whales. The highlight of adopting Emma was receiving the in-depth adoption info pack about her milestones and movements on the South African coastline over the past 40 years.

Robin Appleby
Southern Right Charters

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