The baiji is a functionally extinct species of freshwater dolphin formerly found
only in the Yangtze River in China. Nicknamed "Goddess of the Yangtze" ...
The Chinese river dolphin—nicknamed the "goddess of the Yangtze"—is "
functionally extinct," scientists said after a vain six-week search for the animal.
Aug 8, 2007 ... The Yangtze river dolphin, until recently one of the most endangered species on
the planet, has been declared officially extinct following an ...
Jan 26, 2016 ... ... of China's baiji dolphin, or Yantze River dolphin, was in 2002, and ... scientists
from the Baiji Foundation traveled up the Yangtze River for ...
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Feb 13, 2013 ... Join Zoological Society of London (ZSL) scientist Dr Sam Turvey in this video to
uncover the tragic example of the baiji, the Yangtze River ...
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 ...
Range Description: In recent times, this species has been endemic to the
Yangtze River of China. Some individuals were seen in the Fuchun River,
Aug 8, 2007 ... The Yangtze River dolphin is driven to extinction by humans.
Aug 10, 2007 ... The Yangtze River dolphin, one of the world's rarest mammals, is no more, a
victim of China's breakneck economic growth and competition for ...
Oct 29, 2013 ... Researchers reconstructed the genome of a baiji, or Yangtze River dolphin, to
determine that human activity caused its recent extinction.