This smallest of all cetaceans is the most endangered mammal in the world, with less than 10 remaining in their only home, the upper gulf of california, méxico.

In february 2018, a large gathering of conservationists, artists, writers, philanthropists, and children created a powerful ritual to honor the vaquita porpoise.

We all marched, carrying a single skull of this marine mammal through our hands crossing the heart of chapultepec park, from the doors of méxico city’s Tamayo contemporary art museum to the national museum of anthropology.

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