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The Baiji Dolphin: The Functionally Extinct Species of China's Yangtze River

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Environmental Graffiti

The tragic story of a dolphin that is likely extinct due to the actions of man... read more This is just a brief summary, please visit Environmental Graffiti to see the full, formatted version of the article

A Health Check-up for Our Environment - Ignored at Our Own Risk

Lifestyle / Green Living : Huffington Post: Green Blog

In the 1950s, thousands of Baiji river dolphins (pictured) plied the waters of the Yangtze, Asia's mightiest river. The Chinese river dolphin had evolved over 20 millions of years, and was revered as the goddess of the Yangtze. By 1...

'Extinct' dolphin returns to Yangtze River, researchers claim

Conservationists Say They Spotted ‘Extinct’ Dolphin in Yangtze River

Lifestyle / Pets & Animals : Time: Animals

The creature was declared functionally extinct by researchers a decade ago

China's 'extinct' dolphin may have been sighted again in the Yangtze River

Lifestyle / Green Living : Inhabitat

China's baiji dolphin has been presumed extinct since 2006 - but conservationists believe they may have spotted the 'extinct' dolphin on a recent search mission in the Yangtze River. The beloved dolphin, called the "goddess of the Y...

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