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Leading scientists rank endangered dolphins, porpoises most in need of immediate action

...sh without intervention. The list of dolphins and porpoises that could recover if changes to fishing methods a...ther conservation efforts are made includes harbor porpoises in the Black Sea, where thousands of porpoises are killed each year; Atlantic humpback dolphins off ...

Canada's first embryonic stem cell lines

...sh without intervention. The list of dolphins and porpoises that could recover if changes to fishing methods a...ther conservation efforts are made includes harbor porpoises in the Black Sea, where thousands of porpoises are killed each year; Atlantic humpback dolphins off ...

Novel targets found for the development of drugs to complement, or replace, statins

...sh without intervention. The list of dolphins and porpoises that could recover if changes to fishing methods a...ther conservation efforts are made includes harbor porpoises in the Black Sea, where thousands of porpoises are killed each year; Atlantic humpback dolphins off ...

Virulizin granted orphan drug status in Europe

...sh without intervention. The list of dolphins and porpoises that could recover if changes to fishing methods a...ther conservation efforts are made includes harbor porpoises in the Black Sea, where thousands of porpoises are killed each year; Atlantic humpback dolphins off ...

How ancient whales lost their legs, got sleek and conquered the oceans

...hanges that could have caused whales, dolphins and porpoises to lose their hind limbs. More than 50 million years ago the ancestors of whales and dolphins were four-footed land animals, not unlike large dogs. They became the sleek swimmers we recognize today during the next 15 million years, losing their hind...

Small, smaller, smallest -- The plight of the vaquita

...marine mammals. It is somewhat surprising that the porpoises are limited to such a small area when there are no...his sad prospect be prevented" The small number of porpoises in the current population cannot be expected to withstand continuing incidental mortality. This need...

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