Port workers rescue rare stranded porpoise calf in central China

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    A rare baby finless porpoise was recently stranded between rocks in the waters of the Yunxi section of the Yangtze River in central China’s Hunan Province. Workers from a nearby port spotted the marine mammal and rescued it.

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