Trapped Dolphins Rescued in Bolivia (VIDEO)

Biologists and environmental activists joined forces to rescue two freshwater dolphins from a low level river in Bolivia. The dolphins had been trapped there for more than a month.

Seven dolphins still remain and are being rounded up. Once they are all reunited, the plan is to return the dolphins to safe waters.

This video tells the story of the rescue:  

Photo credit: Sexecutioner


Fiona T.
Past Member 4 years ago

We need more good news like this one

Monique Freericks

Nice to read about good people! Thanks.

Carol Cowbrough
Carol C7 years ago

Awww, poor dolphins. Good news that they were rescued.

Andrew B.
Andrew Butt7 years ago

Good news

Gita Sasi Dharan
Gita Sasi Dharan7 years ago

Thank you for the wonderful work. May God's blessings be with you to guide you.

Athena C.
Athena C7 years ago

Bravo. I just hope that the Japanese don't get wind of this.

sandra lee chavez

great job

Past Member
Past Member 7 years ago

Thank the good Lord for the Bolivians , the Japanese would have fed them to their children knowing the high level of mercury. No wonder their car brakes fail , maybe eating too much mercury has affected their thinking.

Dot Marshall
Dorothy Marshall7 years ago

How great, now if only that could happen in Taiji, Japan. It would make me feel alot better.

Michelle M.
Michelle M7 years ago

Fantastic! The Japanese fisherman could learn so much from the Bolivians! Too bad, it seems they won't listen to anyone.