Dolphin rely begins in Calalik

Dolphin count starts in Calalik


August 19, Bhavani. Dolphin census has began from Friday in Tikapur Municipality and Bhajani Municipality’s Dolphin Conservation Area, southeast of Kailali.

Dolphin Aquatic and Biodiversity Conservation Nepal Kailali goes to rely dolphins for the primary time. Bhoj Raj Dhungana, president of Dolphin Aquatic and Biodiversity Conservation Nepal, mentioned that the dolphin rely shall be executed for 2 days.

Dolphins shall be counted at 13 areas within the Tikapur-Bhajani Dolphin Conservation Circuit space. Jamra Kulo Patharia Sangam, Janakpur (Beluwaghat), Sonphata Uttarpur Dawnaghat, Baidi Jharan Patharia Sangam, Gary Patharia Sangam, Kadhandi Patharia Sangam, Patharia Kada Mohana Triveni, Repticulo Mohana River Sangam, Kushamghat (Mariaghat), Dolphins are being counted in Morang. Is. Karnali Mohana Sangam, Customs close to Karnali Sattipul space, mentioned President Dhungana.

Dolphins had been as soon as counted 5 years in the past. In 2073 BS 65 dolphins had been counted and in 2075 BS 55 dolphins had been noticed.

According to President Dhungna, an estimated 35 to 40 dolphins have been sighted this 12 months. The group’s normal secretary Jai Prasad Dhungana mentioned that in keeping with the most recent knowledge, the variety of dolphins is reducing yearly and their conservation is important.

Dolphin Aquatic and Biodiversity Conservation Nepal goes to organize an built-in technique plan for conservation of Kailali oats, turtles, crocodiles, birds, endangered fish and biodiversity, he mentioned.

Ganges dolphins are seen in Patharia, Kada, Kandara rivers, Garinala and Reptinala in the course of the 4 wet months of Asar, Saun, Bhadau and Asoj and at different occasions in Karnali river.

Source: OnlineKhabar

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