Mr Thad says his group is not satisfied with the outcome of its campaign because there were still reports of dead...

To conservation groups in coastal provinces, these figures are alarming. However, the main problem has been not being able to attract the attention of state agencies, according to environmental advocates. Some groups are frustrated that state agencies are not doing enough to answer urgent calls to rescue and protect the animals. They say some environmental officials on inspection trips simply jot down numbers of dolphins and send reports to their superiors. In the past 15 months, up to 41 dolphins have been found dead in Trat province on beaches in Muang district's Ban Laem Klad and Khlong Yai district's tambon Mai Rood. The areas are under the supervision of the Provincial Office for Natural Resources and Environment and the Marine and Coastal Resources Research Centre. As more and more dolphins are dying without serious protection measures being implemented by the state,...

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