A huge rubber duck is attracting attention in Tsim Sha Tsui, drawing crowds. Yet away from the spotlight, Hong Kong's dwindling population of Chinese white dolphins looks headed for oblivion, barely noticed.
Well, did gain some attention thanks to South China Morning Post [Sunday Morning Post] reports yesterday. These have in turn led to a couple of wider media articles:
Conservationists warned Monday that Hong Kong may lose its rare Chinese white dolphins, also known as pink dolphins for their unique colour, unless it takes urgent action against pollution and other threats.
Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2013-05-hong-kong-pink-dolphin.html
Same story, from APP, is here too:
Hong Kong risks losing its pink dolphins
As I write, checking Google News for "Hong Kong rubber duck" [without quotes] yields over 65,000 results.
Checking for "hong kong pink dolphin" just six results; only five for "hong kong dead dolphin" [also without quotes].