Vaquitas, Shy Members Of The Porpoise Family, Are Currently The Most Endangered Marine Mammal In The World, With This Species’ Population Decreasing From 570 To Just 10 In A Decade

The vaquita’s survival is heavily dependent on the enforcement of the law. Breeding captive vaquita has proven to be unsuccessful. Vaquitas die from the stress of being held captive in a new environment.

With so few vaquitas remaining, researchers feel that they are unable to work with them to figure out how to ease their stress. So, the only option left is to focus on getting rid of gillnets.

If immediate action is taken, the vaquita will be given the chance to swim the seas for years to come.

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