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One Trip, Too Many Threats: Evidence of Interactions with Fisheries Threating River Dolphins in Central Amazon
Sannie Brum, Nathalie Gil and Vera Maria Ferreira da Silva
Both Amazonian dolphin species in central Amazonia ? the boto Inia geoffrensis and the tucuxi Sotalia fluviatilis ? are threatened with extinction. Despite the numerous anthropic changes in the Amazon basin, negative interactions with fishing activities are considered the main threat to the conservation of these species.
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