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Ada Natoli

Researcher in Dubai

U.A.E. Dolphin Project

CREATED ON JUNE 24, 2015
IN SHARJAH

Nobody should witness the extinction of species  in our times, believes Ada Natoli. She shares her passion for dolphins which sit ot the top of marine food chain and the story behind the U.A.E. Dolphin Project.

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