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An Irrawaddy dolphin swims in the Mekong river in Cambodia's Kratie province, March 24, 2012.

Cambodian Villagers Say Dam Construction Is Forcing Endangered Dolphins Upstream

They fear the last Irrawaddy dolphins could die off as they move into Laotian waters to escape environmental havoc caused by the building of the Don Sahong Dam.

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