Bolivia protects river dolphins

BBC: Bolivian President Evo Morales has enacted a law aimed at protecting a unique species of dolphins that live in the country's Amazon rivers. The new legislation bans fishing freshwater pink dolphins and declares the species a national treasure. At a ceremony along the shores of the Ibare river, President Morales called on the armed forces to protect the habitats of the pink dolphins The species is threatened by erosion, pollution and logging in the Amazon. The Bolivian pink dolphin, whose......

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