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The dolphin species in danger of extinction are the Indus river dolphin, which is a blind dolphin very small which live in the main river of Pakistan, the Indus.

There are less than 600 dolphins left of this species.

These kind of unique dolphins are threatened by fishing nets and commercial killing.

Other species in danger is the black or Chilean dolphin, which lives off the coast of Chile in the Pacific ocean.

There are other dolphin species which are becoming threatened too, but not as those above.

 

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