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Karachi, A WWF-Pakistan and Sindh Wildlife Department joint rescue team successfully rescued two stranded Indus river dolphins and released them back into Indus River in two days in a row.
Karachi, Fishermen trained by WWF-Pakistan released entangled leatherback turtle, one of the rarest marine turtles, at Khori Great Bank near Indus Swatch, about 100 nautical miles from Karachi,
WWF-Pakistan trained fishermen have reported unprecedented jellyfish blooms in the offshore waters of Pakistan which are affecting fishing activities. During last two weeks, blooms caused by mauve stinger scientifically known as Pelagia noctiluca have been observed in the continental shelf along the Sindh and Balochistan coasts.
The Lahore High Court constituted a Wildlife Commission with an objective to ensure full compliance of the Provincial Wildlife Laws and international obligations of Pakistan related to trade of wildlife and endangered species. The Commission has prepared a comprehensive report which will be presented before the Honourable Lahore High Court in due course. The recommendations made by the Commission can be viewed at link. The Commission hereby calls for suggestions, opinions and proposals from public at large and all interested groups/persons in regards to the improvement of care and custody of wild, exotic and endangered species, and other animals in possession of private individuals.
All interested are encouraged to submit their written proposals via email on firstname.lastname@example.org latest by 5 January 2016. All accepted proposals will be given due recognition by the Commission in the final report.