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Maintaining ecological flows is key to protect river dolphins

Kailali, Nepal. November 13, 2016- Study shows maintaining ecological flows is important for river dolphins.

Concerns Over the Recent Integrated Dolphin Survey in Nepal

On Sunday, September 18th, the Himalayan Times published news, which states that “No dolphins were recorded in K...

Number of freshwater dolphins doubles in two decades: Study

Signs are encouraging for the conservation of Gangetic River Dolphins as their number has gone up from 14 in 1993 to 28 ...

Ganga river dolphin in India faces extinction

Katmandu, Nepal – Six months of field research conducted by WWF along. Katmandu, Nepal – Six months of field researc...

Karnali dolphins on verge of extinction

The Ganges River Dolphin, locally known as ‘Susu’, faces an extinction threat unless the authorities concerned devis...