Wildlife Conservation

Allan on August 29th, 2017

When bears get hungry they come down from the moutains seeking food.  In northern Mexico there have been several such  bear incidents in the past few years. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published August 28th, 2017 on Mexidata.info.

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An aquatic animal known as the vaquita, which only exists in one small area of Mexico, is on the verge of extinction.  In fact, it may be down to about thirty individuals or less. Can it still be saved? For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published April 10th, 2017, on Mexidata.

Continue reading about Can Two Dolphins Help Save Mexico’s Vaquita Porpoises from Extinction?

The vaquita, an aquatic mammal which only exists in one small area of Mexico, is on the verge of extinction.  Can it still be saved? The vaquita, which in Spanish means “little cow,” is a type of porpoise endemic to Mexico. It’s the smallest and rarest type of porpoise.  Its scientific name is Phocoena sinus. For […]

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