This video is called Campaign to save the Ganga dolphin.
Katmandu, Nepal – Six months of field research conducted by WWF along Nepal’s longer river, the Karnali, shows that river dolphin populations are stagnant and remain more endangered than ever.
River dolphins are some of the most endangered of all the world’s cetaceans and at risk of extinction from habitat loss, hunting by humans, and naturally low numbers.
Formerly quite abundant, the overall population of Ganges river dolphins (Platanista gangetica) is now probably fewer than 100 dolphins in Nepal, with the group of about 20 in the Karnali River.
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