It’s not just dolphins, too, as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has told the Associated Press it’s not doing enough to keep them safe.
For decades, the agency has been working with marine mammal advocates to protect dolphins, sea turtles, and other marine mammals.
But, as we reported earlier this year, some of the agency’s efforts have come at the expense of dolphins, who are in trouble in some areas due to human-made pollution.
“Dolphins are a highly endangered species that need a significant investment in conservation,” said Tom Muehlhauser, president of the Humane Society of the United States, in a statement.
“While they have been saved from the destruction of fishing, we must ensure that they have access to a habitat that is free of pollution and predators.”
The agency, along with other government agencies, have also been working to protect sea turtles.
The United States has a number of laws that protect turtles, but the administration of President Donald Trump has pushed for more regulations to make sure the animals are protected.
In 2018, the Fish and Boat Commission voted to ban the importation of turtles from Mexico, and last month, the administration announced it was going to phase out the import of turtles by 2022.
Despite the agency urging the public to help keep dolphins safe, dolphins aren’t the only animals on the endangered species list.
According to the Fish & Wildlife Service, there are currently nearly 3,000 dolphins in captivity in the United Kingdom, and another 4,000 in captivity worldwide.
But dolphins are in danger, too.
The U.K. government says the dolphins are under threat from overfishing, habitat loss, disease, and human encroachment.
Dolphins in captivity, like all marine mammals, have to make do with a diet of plankton and other microscopic animals. And the U