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What You Can Do: Please submit a comment letter to NMFS before the public comment period closes on October 23. Tell the agency that you support protection for resting spinner dolphins, but only if the proposal is going to be effective and is science-based! (Note: your name and comments will be publicly viewable on Regulations.gov. If you prefer to comment anonymously, you can do so by going directly to https://www.regulations.gov/comment?D=NOAA-2005-0226-0002…

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Al enkele jaren verzamelde Adam Voiland afbeeldingen van wat lijkt op reusachtige letters, gezien vanuit de ruimte. Nu kon hij het volledige alfabet ...

Baby Dusky Langur by Troup1: This tribe of dusky langurs in Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand live at the base of a sacred mountain sandwiched between an air force base and a town. They cannot be sustained by the mountains resources and have been fed by the local people. They are very gentle, playful and sweet natured. This particular young male is very used to my presence and is a great model. #Dusky_Langur #Troup1 #Thailand

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8/2014 - Thank you for taking action to save the world’s most endangered dolphin. The Government of New Zealand recently proposed an extended net fishing ban off the Taranaki coast. In addition, a detailed threat management plan is being developed to help preserve the last remaining Maui’s dolphins. 9/2013 - Save the Worlds Most Endangered Dolphin

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Kingfisher Underwater // by Adrian Groves

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The carcass of a dolphin that died after becoming mired in a notoriously toxic New York City canal has been removed, a marine research group said. The animal, a common dolphin, was first spotted in Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal on Friday morning, where it was described as looking disoriented and unwell as it struggled to avoid getting bogged down in the canal's muddy floor. Chicago Tribune

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Whale watching in mag Bay, Photo by John Quilter "MEXICO; we paddled up to this grey whale. He was asleep and snoring"

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Never knew there were pink dolphins in the Amazon River until watching National Geographic. Too cool.

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