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The baiji is a functionally extinct species of freshwater dolphin formerly found only in the Yangtze River in China. Nicknamed "Goddess of the Yangtze" ...


Oct 10, 2016 ... Amateur expedition team claims it spotted the baiji – known as the 'goddess of the Yangtze' – in a stretch of Asia's longest river.


Oct 12, 2016 ... An amateur conservationist claims he's spotted a Chinese river dolphin swimming in the Yangtze river, 10 years after scientists declared the ...


The Chinese river dolphin—nicknamed the "goddess of the Yangtze"—is " functionally extinct," scientists said after a vain six-week search for the animal.


Oct 10, 2016 ... China's baiji dolphin, or Yangtze River dolphin, is listed as critically endangered, but scientists say it may already be extinct. In 2006, scientists.


Oct 17, 2016 ... Last week, a group of amateur naturalists claimed to have spotted a species of river dolphin declared extinct over a decade ago: the baiji, also ...


The baiji or Chinese river dolphin, and beautiful Goddess of the Yangtze lived for 20 million years in the Yangtze River, China. The baiji's demise was rapid and ...


Often referred to by its Chinese name, Baiji, the Yangtze river dolphin remains a somewhat enigmatic creature because few specimens were ever examined and  ...


Yangtze River Dolphins facts and information on distribution range, life habits and the situation in recent 30 years.


Oct 11, 2016 ... Numbers of the Chinese river dolphin were said to be so few that the species was thought to be unable to reproduce and declared 'functionally ...