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  • Savannah

    This dolphin looks so cool like aloha from me and the sea

  • Susan Allen

    Help save the Irrawaddy Dolphin | The newly proposed Don Sahong Dam could herald the extinction of the rare and revered Mekong Irrawaddy dolphins. Today, just 85 survive in a small stretch of the Mekong River. The Don Sahong Dam is not just bad news for Mekong dolphins: It will have dire consequences for the food security and livelihoods of people who rely on the Mekong River's rich fisheries. SIGN/share the petition and tell Mega First that you won't let Mekong Irrawaddy dolphins be dammed.

  • allie knight

    Conservation group WWF said it spotted 18 critically endangered Irrawaddy dolphins in Indonesian waters off Borneo island Tuesday and called for greater protection of the species’ habitat.

  • SuperPeawee

    Go wwf.org to help save endangered animals. just 85 Irrawaddy dolphin survive in a small stretch of the Mekong River and now they are being threatened by the development of a new dam. The newly proposed Don Sahong Dam could herald the extinction of the rare and revered Mekong Irrawaddy dolphins and have dire consequences for the food security and livelihoods of people who rely on the Mekong River's rich fisheries.

  • Crushable.com

    Click here to see a bunch of the adorable baby dolphins!

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