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  Petch Manopawitr, Deputy Head of IUCN Southeast Asia Group and Director of the IUCN Thailand/Cambodia Transborder Coastal Dolphin Project shared a video link of five Irrawaddy dolphins that became stranded on 5 May 2016 behind a bamboo fence built to prevent erosion at Krasakao Village...

  An excellent new film, called 'Almas del Mar Vermilion: En Búsqueda de la Vaquita Marina' in Spanish, which describes the story of the vaquita, its decline and its conservation  is available at this link: https://vimeo.com/166899979 and with English subtitles: https://vimeo.com/166852669 // ...

  Since 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 study this small, Critically Endangered...

  Three 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 carcass reported by phone to...

  Members of the International Committee for the Recovery of the Vaquita (CIRVA) attending the Society for Marine Mammalogy's​ Biennial Conference in San Francisco took the opportunity​ to meet briefly on 16 December 2015. ​It was largely an informational meeting where participants received brief updates on...

By Professor Wang Ding on 8 December 2015 While ex situ conservation has been seen as an important strategy for endangered terrestrial animals, it is still controversial for cetaceans. The Critically Endangered Yangtze finless porpoise (Neophocaena asiaeorientalis asiaeorientalis) is the only freshwater porpoise population in the...