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FIN

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Finland. The code is used for transactions to and from Finnish bank accounts and for international shipping to Finland. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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With the clock ticking, a research facility in the nearby industrial city of Wuhan hosts six finless porpoises for research, breeding, and to engage the public.
English name 01 Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin 02 Indo-Pacific finless porpoise 03 Indo-Pacific humpbacked dolphin 04 Irrawaddy dolphin 05 Killer whale 06 Dugong Serial no.
Yangtze finless porpoise, Neophocaena asiaeorientalis asiaeorientalis, Distribution patterns, Habitat selection, Confluence.
On the other hand, ship strikes with small cetaceans such as finless porpoises are considered uncommon compared with those of large cetaceans.
The next evening, she'd be leaving for Milwaukee, to sing another, finless showy Mozart role, Ilia in Idomeneo, with the Florentine Opera; and in June, she'd head to Saratoga Springs, New York, for Gilda in Rigoletto.
It is worth mentioning that among the goals of this tour is to promote sea tourism in Muscat, highlighting tourist locations and the characteristics of the Sultanate which is the home of a huge and varied sea life as its sea extending from Masandum to Dhofar more than 20 types of whales and dolphins, like humpback whale, Spinner Dolphin, Finless Porpoise and Bottlenose Dolphins.
People in Iwaishima, an island just a few kilometers from Nagashima, have voiced opposition to the atomic power project that could threaten the ecology of the sea, home to finless black porpoises.
Comparison of stationary acoustic monitoring and visual observation of finless porpoises.
A passer-by spotted the 3-foot-long finless porpoise just over a mile from shore, and more than a week after the March 11 disaster.
Their topics include the seasonal ecology of Inia in the Orinoco, Amazon, and Upper Madeira river basins in South America; using equation models to determine the age of pink river dolphin skulls; the fossil record and evolutionary history of Iniodea; the population structure and phylogeography of tucuxi dolphins (Sotalia fluviatilis); threats and the conservation status of Franciscana, Pontoporia blainvillei; the population status and conservation of Baiji and the Yangze finless porpoise; and the evolutionary history and phylogenetic relationships of the superfamily Platanistoidea.
Shark finning is the act of removing the fin of a shark and throwing the finless body back to the sea.