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PNMH, UNESCO to preserve endanger dolphin specie in Pakistan

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Pakistan Museum of Natural History (PMNH) in collaboration with United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) started a project to save blind dolphins in Indus water for one year. “It is among endanger dolphin species in Pakistan, to preserve it cooperative effort has been launched”, said Director General PMNH, Dr. Muhammad Rafique. He informed […]…Read More

Water shortage endangering Indus river dolphin

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STAFF REPORT KHI: Habitat of the Indus River dolphin, currently reduced to one-fifth of its historical range, is degraded primarily due to shortage of water caused by its diversions to meet the growing agricultural needs in country. This was stated by speakers during an awareness event about conservation of Indus dolphin, organised by WWF-Pakistan on Sunday at Indus River Dolphin Conservation and Information Centre, Sukkur. Imran Malik, Senior Conservation Officer of WWF-Pakistan said…Read More

Water shortage endangering Indus river dolphin

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article image STAFF REPORT KHI: Habitat of the Indus River dolphin, currently reduced to one-fifth of its historical range, is degraded primarily due to shortage of water caused by its diversions to meet the growing agricultural needs in country. This was stated by speakers during an awareness event about conservation of Indus dolphin, organised by WWF-Pakistanon Sundayat Indus River Dolphin Conservation and Information Centre, Sukkur. Imran Malik, Senior Conservation Officer of WWF-Pakistan said…Read More

WWF-Pak, FFC bond together to preserve rare dolphin species

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: WWF-Pakistan, the country foremost environmental and nature protection association, and Fauji Fertilizer Company Limited, Pakistan's chief fertilizer brand have bonded together through an agreement, to save the Indus waterway dolphin in Pakistan. The understanding was marked in a service with incredible responsibility to supporting dolphin protection for one year at first. On the other hand, the undertaking may be stretched out to three years. WWF-Pakistan Director…Read More