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The critically endangered Māui dolphin is a conservation priority -- we shouldn’t let uncertainty stop action to save it

By Rochelle Constantine, Associate Professor of Marine Biology, University of Auckland
Wendi Roe, Professor, Massey University
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Māui dolphins are at risk of extinction. With a marine mammal sanctuary in place since 2008, the risk from fisheries is now largely under control. It’s time to take other threats more seriously.

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