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Another shame I hope can be stopped. In the study area, they report the population of these rare mammals that only exist in South America, India and Bangladesh (the Chinese variety has already been declared functionally extinct), is going down by 7% per year! That is 1,500 killed for fish bait per year in that area alone! I can tell from first hand experience that these amazing mammals commonly come near fishing boats. We had them around our boats most of the time I was on the Rio Negro.

07/17/10 @ 05:09 pm
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