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Finless porpoise are native to Asia where habitat degradation is a major factor in the decline of both species.
There are two distinct species of finless porpoise, the Narrow-ridged finless porpoise and the Indo-Pacific finless porpoise. Both species are facing a variety of threats and are in decline.
With a symbolic adoption, you can directly support our efforts to raise awareness for the finless porpoise and its cousins and support our conservation efforts.
- Personalized, printable adoption certificate
- Finless Porpoise species profile
- Spot on virtual recognition wall
- Donation receipt for income tax purposes
Adopt a Finless Porpoise
With the symbolic adoption of a finless porpoise, you are helping to conserve porpoises and their habitats. Every adoption supports our research and education efforts and helps raise awareness for porpoises.
Want to donate as a gift or on behalf of someone else? Check "Dedicate this donation" and the name you enter will appear on the adoption certificate.
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Adopt a Harbour Porpoise
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Adopt a Dall's Porpoise
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Adopt a Spectacled Porpoise
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Adopt a Burmeister's Porpoise
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