City dolphins get a boost from better protection and cleaner waters

bottlenose dolphins

Human activities such as manufacturing had made the Port River estuary near Adelaide, Australia, inhabitable to bottlenose dolphins. But the creation of a small sanctuary for the marine mammals and efforts to clean up the water appear to be helping, and the dolphins have returned.

M. Bossley

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