Humans May Be About to Wipe the World’s Smallest Porpoise Off the Planet

At just 5 feet long and about 120 pounds, the vaquita porpoise, of which they are just 60 remaining, is the world’s smallest porpoise. Unfortunately, their diminutive size is part of the reason scientists estimate they could be extinct by 2022.

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The World’s Smallest Porpoise May Soon Be Extinct