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Endangered River Dolphin Species’ Numbers On the Rise | National Geographic ctm magazine



Efforts to remove fishing gear in the Mekong River over the last decade have helped their numbers grow.
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Read “Cambodia’s endangered river dolphins at highest population in 20 years”
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37 Comments

  • Tulika Dey on April 9, 2019

    What's wrong with people?! The number of endangered species is rising and they are disliking the video 🙄🤔🤔🤔 I don't understand

  • the BSG on April 9, 2019

    They must be stopped at all costs. If they’ve already made it into the rivers it’ll only be a matter of time before they come for the land

  • epSos Premium on April 9, 2019

    River dolphins are a traditional spirit animal that can bring luck.
    The Asian people like them. Their popularity could help to get the people to clean up the rivers, if more of us would know how to do so !

  • Berry’s Antics! on April 9, 2019

    What heartlesss people disliked this video….

  • National Geographic on April 9, 2019

    Once believed to number in the thousands, the dolphins of the Mekong River were devastated by war, hunting, and indiscriminate net fishing. To learn more, read on here: https://on.natgeo.com/2D1sUKo

  • BWoodPhotography on April 9, 2019

    That was really interesting and hopeful.

  • Angel Iparraguirre on April 9, 2019

    What of the impending extinction of the Vaquita????
    That should be high on a list of priorities.

  • Maria da Luz Moutinho on April 9, 2019

    Oh, que pena adoro os golfinhos …são noticias desoladoras quando se vê a definhar uma espécie tão inteligente e que interage com os humanos de forma sociável e amistosa…a comunidade não podia tomar medidas, acções junto das entidades para proteger?

  • JohnnyAaron02 on April 9, 2019

    Why would you dislike this video, this is the best news I’ve heard all day!

  • Eric x on April 9, 2019

    They would really rebound if all humans went extinct and gave Mother Earth a real chance.

  • Ronnie Nagy on April 9, 2019

    When I Grow Up, I Will Save Them. Dolphins are Beautiful and Amazing Creatures. I Love Dolphins, ❤🐬

  • bieight8 on April 10, 2019

    God bless them

  • El mundo oculto on April 10, 2019

    ESPECTACULAR!!

  • -Oatmeal- on April 11, 2019

    im very happy that these beautiful animals population is increaseing❤️❤️❤️

  • JR Ewing on April 12, 2019

    These are God's creatures and they deserved to live.

  • ganang pra on April 12, 2019

    In east kalimantan we have 'pesut' most endangered animal

  • Beth Coughlin on April 13, 2019

    Polar bears are going extinct. By skeaing they make fake snow why don't thet make snow for polar bear? This statement needs ivestedation and maybe we can stop polar bears from dieing because of their envirnment. Thank you

  • gopaljha27 on April 18, 2019

    Can someone name the theme song played at the end of this video

  • Derick Cruz on September 18, 2019

    They look like porpoises?

  • The_bearer_of_light on November 5, 2019

    I would love to see genetic testing to see how long ago these river dolphins branched from their oceanic cousins.

  • Leandertheprof on March 2, 2020

    Whoever disliked is dumb

  • Anirudh B on April 16, 2020

    They look like porpoises

  • Anisha Sarkar on June 21, 2020

    Here after reading the hungry tide by amitav ghosh.

  • nature doc on August 30, 2020

    They look like cute little babies we need to save them now!!!!!

  • SEIV HAN on October 22, 2020

    As a Cambodian, I feel really bad for these dolphins because the river has been littering with many waste and also the climate change.

  • Tia Ramdhayan on October 25, 2020

    Please save them.

  • rita meilinawaty on December 15, 2020

    Hi there I'm Rita from State Owned Enterprises National Film Production Republic of Indonesia, we would like to asked permission to use this video for education program in early childhood education. Should I send you official letter? can you share your email address? Thank you, have a great day from Jakarta, Indonesia

  • Gunawan Wibi on December 21, 2020

    We have this in indonesia

  • Mary Jane Ching on January 19, 2021

    Becauze of the pollution river dolphin starts to extinct

  • gamer noob on February 20, 2021

    These dolpins blind speces

  • Bub Huynh on April 8, 2021

    They are extremely smart Dolphins. They team up with lower Mekong fisherman to fish. Apparently, they are going extinct due to Indochina modernization, nothing can stop it.

  • Nguyễn Thành Official L.A62 on April 18, 2021

    Okm beautifiulv

  • avinash ponna on May 7, 2021

    Irrawaddy dolphins are rare and endangered mostly found in Myanmar Sunderbans bangladesh

  • KINGDOM KH on August 26, 2021

    Cambodia Kingdom of Wonder

  • WAVY PANDA on September 17, 2021

    why does she sound like shes about to cry?

  • Choctawnic on October 1, 2021

    Could we maybe actually see what they look like???

  • Cre8iveOne on October 9, 2021

    So sad China's river dolphins went extinct😞

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