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The Baiji dolphin may or may not still be extinct

A dolphin that Chinese conservationists said was extinct over a decade ago may have recently been spotted in China’s Yangtze River, according to reports. The baiji dolphin, — once referred to as China’s “goddess of the Yangtze” — was allegedly spotted by amateur conservationists during...
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