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Yangtze River Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
Yangtze River Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
Stock Photo: 50M1420-02
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
Chinese River Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
Stock Photo: 50M1420-03
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
Yangtze River Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
Stock Photo: 50M1420-04
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
Baiji Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
Stock Photo: 50M1420-05
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
Chinese River Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
Stock Photo: 50M1420-06
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
Yangtze River Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
Stock Photo: 50M1420-07
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
Yangtze River Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
Stock Photo: 50M1420-08
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
Yangtze River Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
Stock Photo: 50M1420-09
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
Baiji Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
Stock Photo: 50M1420-10
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
Chinese River Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
Stock Photo: 50M1420-11
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
Chinese River Dolphin Lipotes vexillifer
Stock Photo: 50M1420-12
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Yangtze River Dolphin, or Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer). Also known as Beiji and Chinese River Dolphin. Critically endangered and rare - declared extinct late 2007. This individual male, Qi-Qi, was photographed in 1988 at Institute of Hydrobiology, China.
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