Video: They're fishing for dolphins in the Gulf of California!



The presence of thousands of dead sardines on the coast put the fishermen of the municipality of Mulegé, south of the port of Santa Rosalía, on red alert. There are several boats from the state of Sinaloa throwing their nets into the sea to fish for dolphins.

This was corroborated by the same residents of the ejido San Lucas, who took their boats and went to confirm through a video that these boats were fishing for dolphins off the coast of Mulege in the Gulf of California.

The senator from Baja California Sur, Ricardo Velazquez Meza, immediately called on the representative of the Federal Fisheries Office to go in search those responsible for the death of the dolphins and to apply the corresponding sanctions because it is a serious felony that is totally prohibited in this area considered a world heritage site by the United Nations.

Similarly, the call to the Mexican Navy to proceed to the secure these vessels and their crews, before they flee the place. 



"DIGALO SIN MIEDO"

DONDE ESTA PROFEPA O CONAPESCA EN BCS.

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