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Twice each year, visitors flock to the Oregon Coast to watch the migration of gray whales between their Alaskan feeding grounds and the warm Mexican lagoons where they birth their young. But the massive grays are far from the only sea mammals that live ...
Chinese Taste For Fish Bladder Threatens Tiny Porpoise In Mexico
It lives only in the Gulf of California in Mexico, along with the world's smallest and rarest mammal — a type of porpoise called the vaquita. Now the new and lucrative bladder trade threatens to wipe out both animals.
Severely abused porpoise carcass found in Friesland; Autopsy ordered
The University of Utrecht is performing an autopsy on the carcass of a porpoise found in Sexbierum, Friesland on Tuesday. The animal seemed to be severely abused. It was beheaded and its unborn young was found meters away.
China's luxury market is inadvertently driving the world's smallest porpoise
China's inconsistent environmental track record sometimes has a sneaky way of moving beyond the country's borders. This time, its effects have made it across the Pacific to Mexico -- the Gulf of California, to be exact.
Fish poachers push Mexico's endangered porpoises to brink of extinction
China's lucrative black market for fish parts is threatening the vaquita, the world's most endangered marine mammal.

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