SarahTCP | Kep,Cambodia English ,English

Time for Cambodia to monitor its dolphin ecosystems #Cambodia #dolphins #ecology #marine #wildlife # conservation

8 USD / 30 Minutes

In September 2017, Marine Conservation Cambodia joined forces with the DMAD Marine Mammals Research Association and the Dolphin Division of Cambodia's Fisheries Administration to initiate research on coastal cetacean species. The research combines boat and land surveys with photo-identification and passive acoustic monitoring techniques to investigate abundance, distribution and residency patterns for the Irrawaddy dolphin, Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin and Indo-Pacific Finless porpoise in the Kep Archipelago. Join us to learn about population size, health, habitat and migration!

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https://marineconservationcambodia.org/blogs-news-and-history/mcc-news-updates/117-the-cambodian-dolphin-project
https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/irrawaddy-dolphin
http://wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/endangered_species/cetaceans/about/irrawaddy_dolphin/

My Philosophy

All our choices and behaviors flow downstream. Everything we throw away or pour down a drain, chemicals we use, fish products we buy, are having an effect. Visit rivers and oceans. Watch, and learn!

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