Mexico

Finding a sense of porpoise.

Posted by Willie — 19 May 2016 at 12:00pm - Comments
All rights reserved. Credit: Stefan Schorr / Greenpeace

Being a porpoise looks rubbish.

Dolphins look like they have fun. They even look like they seek out fun. Okay, the fixed grins make them seem perpetually happy but let’s be honest - when was the last time you saw a porpoise jumping out of the water or heard a friend gushing about an *amazing* experience seeing porpoises?

There’s good reason that porpoises don’t have the wow factor of dolphins: and it’s not just that they have bad PR people.

Marine reserves success story: Cabo Pulmo, Mexico

Posted by Gemma Freeman — 30 August 2011 at 2:30pm - Comments
A sea lion swims near Greenpeace divers with the banner "Marine Reserves Now" in
All rights reserved. Credit: © Greenpeace / Alex Hofford
A sea lion swims near Greenpeace divers with the banner "Marine Reserves Now" in the Gulf of California

Greenpeace Mexico oceans campaigner Alejandro Olivera, reveals how the thriving 20-year old marine reserve at Cabo Pulmo, which has seen fish increase by 463 per cent in ten years to become the world's most successful, is now under threat from massive local development...

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