Barbara Taylor

NOAA Fisheries

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Marine conservation biologist working for NOAA Fisheries.

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Vaquitas are the world’s tiniest porpoises, found only in the clear waters of the upper Baja Peninsula. But now there are only 30 of them left in the world.

Saving the last 'Pandas of the Sea'

Vaquitas are the world’s tiniest porpoises, found only in the clear waters of the upper Baja Peninsula. But now there are only 30 of them left in the world.

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