Two vaquita emerge from a calm sea
Fisherman using a gillnet
Fishing boats (panga) w/ Mexican flags
fishbladders.jpg
Two vaquita emerge from a calm sea

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Learn more about why they are disappearing and what people are doing to stop it.

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97 animals left

Learn more about why they are disappearing and what people are doing to stop it.

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Vaquita Endangered Porpoise is a science documentary project exploring the decline of the critically endangered vaquita porpoise. We explore solutions for the species and local communities in the Upper Gulf of California, Mexico.

Fisherman using a gillnet

Gillnets


Vaquita populations are declining primarily to to gillnet fishing.

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Gillnets


Vaquita populations are declining primarily to to gillnet fishing.

Fishing boats (panga) w/ Mexican flags

Alternative Fishing Gear


Researchers are developing alternative fishing gear that are vaquita safe.

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Alternative Fishing Gear


Researchers are developing alternative fishing gear that are vaquita safe.

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 Illegal fishing for the critically endangered Totoaba fish bladders is on the rise destined for China.

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 Illegal fishing for the critically endangered Totoaba fish bladders is on the rise destined for China.

LEARN MORE