Amazon’s pink river dolphins reveal the bizarre impacts of seafood fraud

In recent years numbers of South America’s freshwater dolpins have fallen. But they’re not being caught to eat, but as bait for a common catfish being fraudulently sold under a different name.

The Guardian

Last updated on 05 October 2016

Type: 
Media Watch
Region: 
South & Central America & The Caribbean
Threats: 
Unsustainable fishing and harvesting aquatic resources
Species: 
Inia geoffrensis