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|24 Apr 2018 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM|
Massey Business School lecture theatre
|Massey University Albany campus|
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Despite costly, logistically challenging efforts to rescue live whales during a stranding, there remains a disconcerting lack of animal welfare evidence, including the impacts of human manipulation and the fate of rescued individuals. Karen talks about a record breaking 600 whale stranding event in Feb 2017, and the social, ethical and animal welfare issues surrounding rescue attempts. She offers considerations for future discourse, research and practice in the broader context of conservation welfare.
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