Hong Kong’s rising conservationists fight to save pink dolphins

Christian Science Monitor: The triangle of busy, brackish water that separates Hong Kong from the industrial belt of southern China seems an unlikely place to look for rare wildlife. But every week conservationist Janet Walker brings tourists out among the tall ships and container terminals, the refineries and one of the world's busiest airports, to get a glimpse of some unique creatures: bubblegum-pink dolphins. Few in Hong Kong knew of their existence here till the early 1990s when the government started ......

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