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Dolphins Cry - Dolphin rescue mission
Dolphin's being slaughtered on the decks of fishing vessels for meat off shore.
Smart technology used to engage poachers, and rescue dolphins and other sea animals.
A mysterious fishing vessel anchored off shore The dolphin population once in the hundreds dwindled down to a few.
This small beach community normally woke to bustling activity dolphins jumping and playing along the coastline, then the mornings changed they were frightfully awoken by sounds of whistles moans, trills, grunts, and squeaks all coming from near the mysterious vessel anchored off shore.
Local authorities, stated there was no visible activity in or around the vessel, The community reached out to every geographic, green and animal rescue organization, it wasn't high profile enough to warrant any of their help.
The Amazonian society responded the sound recordings of dolphins crying was more than troubling. Within seventy-two hours The Amazonian society's Nighthawk team was onsite.
The Amazonian society launched the mach1 high speed long range reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV): Nighthawk
Operation code name: Dolphins cry
On the fly over twenty-four large mammals detected in the circumference of the net, i.e. the storm.
Upon our detection vessel rapidly dropped and starting pulling in the nets releasing the animals, while the smaller vessel assisting in pulling larger vessel into deeper water.
Crimson color being washed off the stern and stern-port is crimson stained Vessel was dolphin drive fishing - killing of dolphins for meat
Dolphins at 8 O'clock lower left quadrant outside the net trying to rescue dolphins stuck inside the net.
There was one Dolphin remaining on the deck of the vessel the team made a decision to engage the vessel and its crew and freed the remaining dolphin.
Nighthawk followed the vessel out to sea, the vessel left never to return.
The Amazonian Society is an international non-governmental organization, we protect threatened and endangered species through anti-poaching efforts, which uses peaceful, creative confrontation to protect animals, the creation of conservancies, research, and community collaboration.
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