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Dive in! It’s Freshwater Dolphin Day!

Dolphins are fan-favorite animals to watch for out in the sea. Their playful nature and ability to leap out of the waters in a display of aerial acrobatics is a sight to behold. But did you know that dolphins aren't restricted to our oceans - they can actually be found inland as well! Enter freshwater dolphins, a small group of cetaceans that make rivers their home.

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Abucay, L.R., P. Sorongon-Yap, K. Kesner-Reyes, E.C. Capuli, R.B. Reyes Jr., E. Daskalaki, C. Ferrà, G. Scarcella, G. Coro, F. Ordines, P. Sánchez-Zulueta, G. Dakalov, S. Klayn, L. Celie, M. Scotti, D. Grémillet, C. Lambert, G. Gal, M.L.D. Palomares, D. Dimarchopoulou and A.C. Tsikliras. 2023. Scientific knowledge gaps on the biology of non-fish marine species across European Seas. Frontiers of Marine Science.

Khalfallah, M., H.H. Mahmoud, R.M. Fahim and D. Pauly. 2023. Once upon a century, the Egyptian Mediterranean fisheries (1920–2019), as affected by ‘fishing down’and climate change. Ocean & Coastal Management.

Fredston, A.L., W.W.L. Cheung, T.L. Frölicher, Z.J. Kitchel, A.A. Maureaud, J.T. Thorson, A. Auber, B. Mérigot, J. Palacios-Abrantes, M.L.D. Palomares, L. Pecuchet, N.L. Shackell and M.L. Pinsky. 2023. Marine heatwaves are not a dominant driver of change in demersal fishes. Nature.

Prellezo, R, J.M. Da-Rocha, M.L.D. Palomares, U.R. Sumaila and S. Villasante. 2023. Building climate resilience, social sustainability and equity in global fisheries. Ocean Sustainability.

Palomares, M.L.D., V.A. Parducho, Reyes, R. and N. Bailly. 2022. The interrelationship of temperature, growth parameters, and activity level in fishes. Environmental Biology of Fishes.

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