Dolphins make for a wonderful sight to humans when they are trailing passenger ships and boats. They bring a natural pageantry to the ocean every time they swim behind sailing cargo liner. Sometimes, they even miraculously save lives.
The wonder in watching dolphins stream through the ocean might be hampered soon because these cetacean species are close to facing extinction now. Because trawlers are out in the sea open catching and milking every bit of marine species available there, dolphins are being harmed and bruised when they are trapped inside trawl nets. Another hazard that damages the lives of dolphins are marine pollutants like cyanide and oil spill because they affect the dolphins’ speed and poison their health.
Ms. Theresa Sirois of NurturingtheNaturalMama featured EnviroPop on her blog and she shared to her readers how you can save the lives of the gleeful dolphins through ADSI and WWF-Philippines’ EnviroPop app. We are thanking Ms. Theresa for featuring and believing in the aims of EnviroPop to save the marine biodiversity. Click here to read the rest of the feature.