The Irrawaddy dolphins that cruise by way of their namesake river in Myanmar are an endangered species. The Wildlife Conservation Society says there are solely about 76 left within the Irrawaddy River. That quantity has risen from a low of 69 over the previous few years because of conservation societies working alongside native fishermen. VOA’s Kevin Enochs experiences.

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