Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Spinner-Dolphin-at-Tanon-Strait-in-the-Philippines-27MZIFVBDLE8.htmlConceptually similarSpinner Dolphin at Tanon Strait in the PhilippinesGP04OL8Completed★★★★Spinner Dolphins at Tanon StraitGP04OL3Completed★★★★Spinner Dolphin at Tanon Strait in the PhilippinesGP04OL5Completed★★★★Spinner Dolphin at Tanon Strait in the PhilippinesGP04OL6Completed★★★★★★Spinner Dolphin at Tanon Strait in the PhilippinesGP04OL7Completed★★★★Spinner Dolphin at Tanon Strait in the PhilippinesGP04OLBCompleted★★★★Spinner Dolphins at Tanon Strait in the PhilippinesGP04OLACompleted★★★★Spinner Dolphin at Tanon Strait in the PhilippinesGP04OL4Completed★★★★Polluted Waters at Tanon Strait in the PhilippinesGP04OLCCompleted★★★★View AllGP04OL9Spinner Dolphin at Tanon Strait in the PhilippinesSpinner dolphins in the Tanon Strait between the provinces of Cebu and Negros Oriental. Dolphins face numerous threats such as fishing, chemical pollution and even land based pollution like plastics. The Tanon Strait is home to 11 out of the 24 species of cetaceans in the Philippines. The Greenpeace ship MY Esperanza can be seen in the background.Locations:Negros Oriental-Philippines-Southeast Asia-Tanon StraitDate:14 Jul, 2013Credit:© Steve De Neef / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2000pxKeywords:Cetaceans-Day-Defending Our Oceans (campaign title)-Dolphins-KWCI (GPI)-MY Esperanza-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Outdoors-SeasShoot:MY Esperanza in the PhilippinesThe Greenpeace ship MY Esperanza is in the Philippines for a three week journey starting in the Visayas and ending in Manila. The ship, on her Philippine leg of the “Ocean Defenders Tour of South East Asia 2013”, will tell the story of the richness and the beauty of the Philippine seas, expose destruction that causes marine degradation and call for urgent government action to protect its rich biodiversity.