Alarmingly, the Port River Dolphin population has a second baby dolphin this breeding season where only four were born. Mike Bossley from the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society spoke to Tim Brunero this morning about the Port River Dolphins, discussing issues such as pollution that affect these wonderful creatures.
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