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The Critically Endangered Irrawaddy Dolphins of the Mekong River

Irrawaddy Dolphin Photo by WWF Cambodia

By Bhavani Prakash The 7000 or so Irrawaddy Dolphins still left in the world (and labelled vulnerable on the IUCN list) are spread somewhat discontinuously over coastal areas of Asia and some stretches of rivers in the region. One sub-population that is critically endangered is in the Mekong river. The Mekong river is the lifeblood […]

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July 23rd, 2014 | Posted in Africa & S.E.Asia,Animals/Wildlife | Read More »

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