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Bindi Irwin, daughter of the late Australian wildlife expert Steve Irwin, went on ABCâs Good Morning America on Thursday to announce a new collaboration with SeaWorld. Bringing two Magellanic penguins with her, 15-year-old Bindi, her mother Terry and her brother Robert spoke to GMAs Robin Roberts a…
The Irrawaddy dolphin lives in both salt- and freshwater, and is found in a few locations in South and Southeast Asia. There are three exclusively freshwater populations: about 70–100 individuals live in a 190km-stretch of the Mekong River (Lao PDR, Cambodia); 33–50 live in a 420km-stretch of the Mahakam River (Indonesia); and about 59 live in a 370km-stretch of the Ayeyarwady River (Myanmar). In addition, very small numbers survive in the partially freshwater Songkhla Lake (Thailand) and the brackish Chilka Lake (India). The freshwater populations are all classified as Critically Endangered, as is the Songkhla Lake population.