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Report: World's Most Endangered Porpoise Now Likely Down to Just 50


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Report: World's Most Endangered Porpoise Now Likely Down to Just 50

Center for Biological Diversity

SAN DIEGO - A scientific report released today finds that vaquita porpoises declined by more than 40 percent in a single year and consequently only around 50 individuals of the species likely remain on Earth. The vaquita is the world’s smallest and most endangered porpoise, found only in Mexico’s northern Gulf of California.

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In tourist towns and cities all over Mexico you’ll see crippled and disfigured children begging money from passersby. A lady friend with some medical knowledge and a big heart asked the hotel mgr. why this apparent neglect of these children, " Some of these injuries look new and others older. Is it some dangerous occupation or poor medical care ?. " No " he replied. " The mothers or caretakers of these beggars break their limbs with a baseball bat every so often to create more urgency in the tourist’s sympathies. They make more money and, of course, there are always an excess of children. " Vaya con Dios, I’m afraid, my friend the dolphin. " Now I understand, What you tried to say to me And how you suffered for your sanity…They would not listen they did not know how… " When these Chinese males all have erections 2 ft. long they can join The Ronald Reagan Club. Who is considered by sick profiteers and sociopaths the world over as the greatest lover, ever. That’s because there’s apparently no end to the prick.