Category Archives: Critically Endangered

Mekong River dolphin update

TweetSince the last news report on this website regarding Mekong River dolphins (posted 3 July 2014), the WWF-Cambodia team based in Kratie, working in collaboration with the Fisheries Department in Phnom Penh, have continued their valiant efforts to conserve and … Continue reading

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Stronger protection needed to prevent imminent extinction of Mexican porpoise vaquita, new survey finds

TweetOnly about 60 vaquitas remain in the Gulf of California, according to a report presented this week to Mexico’s Minister of the Environment and Natural Resources and the governor of Baja California. This represents a decline of more than 92% … Continue reading

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Vaquita Update: Three documented deaths in one month, not good

TweetThree dead vaquitas were discovered and examined in the northern Gulf of California (Mexico) in March 2016: (1) a floating carcass found by researchers from the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society in the Vaquita Refuge area on 4 March, (2) a … Continue reading

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