Endangered porpoises will be saved by combat dolphins

The government of Mexico intends to use dolphins, trained by the US Navy, to save from the extinction of the endangered species of Californian porpoises, the BBC reports. According to the Ministry of Environment of the country, combat dolphins will find wakit and drive them into the water area of the reserve.

According to scientists, in the natural environment, fewer than 40 wakit live now. The authorities intend to launch the project in September.

In addition, in Mexico, since June 30, the use of gillnets has been banned, in which porpoises have often died.