Mark Stevenson

AP Correspondent in Mexico City

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The world now only has 22 vaquitas, known as “pandas of the sea.” They swim off Baja, California.

Illegal fishing in Baja California is killing off vaquitas

The world now only has 22 vaquitas, known as “pandas of the sea.” They swim off Baja, California.

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