A deaf whale is a dead whale.

This summer, Chevron - the largest corporate polluter in the world, wants to start oil exploration in the Great Australian Bight. They'll start by firing sonic canons - louder than a space shuttle, at the ocean floor.

These blasts can deafen whales, rendering them unable to navigate, breed, find food or escape predators. Effectively leaving them for dead.

Greenpeace is not afraid to take on Chevron, but we need you with us. Can you help fund our campaign to take on Big Oil in the Bight?

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Which could help expose oil companies that are threatening unique and endangered Australian wildlife.

A whale nursery is no place for oil drilling.

The Great Australian Bight is truly remarkable. It supports thriving marine ecoystems and is home to countless unique species - most are found nowhere else in the world. Sharing the Bight's waters are endangered southern right whales. Almost hunted to extinction in the 19th century; their population is still recovering. On top of imminent threats to their hearing from Seismic blasting, an oil spill in the Bight could devastate their survival. Oil and whales simply don't mix. Please donate today and help to protect their irreplacable habitat.

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