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Mexican endangered species ring tones

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In a novel way to raise awareness of the world’s most endangered species the Centre for Biological Research has made available a wide collection of animal sounds and images for cell phones and wall paper. 

It has been a hugely successful move and thousands of people in over 150 countries across the globe have been downloading the chirps and cheeps of all sorts of birds, amphibians and mammals at risk of extinction. Like the Mexican vaquita marina, with only 100 remaining in the waters of Baja California Sur. 

A Spanish version of the website has now been launched with many Mexican species ringtones available for download. A few of these are - the vaquita, the jaguar, elephant seals, humpback whale, the Mexican gray wolf, the killer whale, and the Mexican spotted owl. For more check out the website

Alejandro Olivera, representative in Mexico of the Center for Biological Diversity, is keen to expand the project and is encouraging people to share their recordings of rare or endangered species -“We'd love to hear them and to convert them to ring tones. Send a sound file to

And for lots more information on endangered species visit

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