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are open for in person learning but parents point out that most students are only allowed to attend part time and even when they're in the classroom they're on the line often learning from a teacher who's that whole. unions point to poor ventilation and overcrowded conditions as safety concerns unique to city schools as for mitchell who attends a public performing arts school there's more spring in his steps and stance instructions resumed it's the one class he's able to do in person his family and others are pushing for all classes to be in person by autumn kristen salumi al-jazeera new york. our main story this hour 3000000 people are now known to have died of covert 19 around the world though experts are saying the actual number is likely to be much
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higher south asia is fast becoming the global epicenter of the pandemic with a deadly air and more infectious wave of the virus overwhelming hospitals india has recorded more than 200000 new daily cases for 3 days in a row and then authorities and brazil have been warning women to delay pregnancy until the country passes the west of the pandemic saying the virus variants have had a great effect on pregnant women. their condition will mean to do because each of the other of these moments of the pandemic to be looked at when we see there is a difficult situation in maternity wards because of the situation that's happening in maternity wards be evaluators like what happened with dolls and 16 if possible we recommend delaying pregnancy and to a more suitable moment so you can have your pregnancy in a more peaceful way. and our other top stories this hour hundreds of parents in mozambique are still searching for their missing children after armed groups linked
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to a celebrated the town of palma last month u.n. workers say they are horrified by the stories they're hearing from survivors including very young children the u.n. says that thousands of people fled pollin many of them unaccompanied minors. eritrea has admitted that its troops are fighting in ethiopia's northern region but has vowed to withdraw them it's the 1st time the one of the african nation has explicitly knowledged its role in the conflicts eritrean forces are reportedly dressing as members of the ethiopian military both governments have previously denied that presence the u.n. says the eritrean forces have committed atrocities and prince philip the layout of queen elizabeth has been laid to rest in the royal vault at windsor castle is funeral was a relatively low key affair with no unities or speeches and just 30 people in attendance women make science as the program coming up next. the climate is changing and production now is paramount the challenges are immense
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but overcoming that is crucial will president joe biden galvanized efforts for stronger action stay with the just 0 for special coverage of the media's summit on climate. it's going to be choppy bias ok 2 of them i was kind of lead to the 2 teams and then always want to experience and then within just. and when we observe we observe all kind of as well but we really focus because we're on the goals canadian and
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we'll go in and. we have a sighting capture record to. be actually see them doing the same with that swimming diving. there somewhere in that general vicinity of the. gulf and. the sharks now come on don't think they belong to a large ball that name only for for the last 11 years and now that you are doing to take pictures of adorable things with them identify which individuals they are and when we saw them.
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i was very young i always loved the science of biology in nature. they must be 7 near the bolt and they thought about that at least that we saw a fire that away. we'll have a special landing lights they are very complex social structures and they break. these said. just today. and you can see the feelings in there visiting the fact that a stick so down and to find that. we have a very diverse. that is rare charismatic giants this param way in
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a way this. spectacular animals and yet children know more about the dinosaurs and realize next to us we have a greater brighter. day. and one of the things i thing apart from the science of the data they're just think that will animals still and when we see them i think we all share the same responsibility we need to do something today but that these amazing animals. before. you is are the root of all of the but if. you give them a book. with. photoshop.
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they leave the. book with a bit of a. trip to the. where heading to their island where we are creating the my life sanctuary which we have at night . but also that will cause dolphins have been released from captivity. very stressed because. there's a lot of wear and all that there is we need to make to get there to make the sanctuary i would.
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not be relaxing at all because you know i'm all together working right. you got it yeah ok we are now in our stance on her i think i am or. not for the. andi wasn't going to leave money in this place just bring the fragments went scuba divers are they going to get here. it's a boy and so just make sure they have the good grace to go down the hill. but you know this is one of them and phases of retracting the question are you a seeker as passport to her siblings or lashes that to their plantation. this is closer than the idea of a size for many of the french reason within that their waters are very but on the
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other side there are strong currents running within that bay which ensures it's a cold renewal of. what that of the bay. in their eldest actually becomes very which provides a wide variety of habitats. when we bring. those from coffee with the animals that injured the. chances of recovery of survival and go have a good healthy life while their hosts in the bay. they
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. think we've got it. all of this is in the stomach there were a ton of micro plastics and they're from like saran wrap you can see there is a b.b. pellet and lots of fibers. yeah. loggerhead. and yeah i was only 30 to deal with some of. these are huge pieces of plastic that were stuck in their stomach $85.00 pieces total we need to change them all how we can raise the monks in awareness raising from. hoping to save that i think there are. and i work. something over the last decade we have realized
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a very important problem much stronger than our carbon footprint is our plastic food and there is no facility that can really provide efficient care and we have believed ation for these incidents and this is one of the main reasons that sparkled the need for the creation of the century. these animals suffer greatly during the video. where they have.
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the ability to do any of the natural behaviors and they can not have even a chance to communicate because every song that echoes back to them and becomes really a force for their recall occasions system. has come not even and there is the sleeve they have to always be alert they have to always remember to breathe so they cannot have the luxury of even dreaming of their own freedom. what will happen to these animals when they feel close are they going to be transported to other it will feel not out on the world or can we provide the best well 1st solution is for them in their sanctuary that is as close as possible to their natural environment.
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38 you know a sun cherry in a remote location where there's no noise pollution and there's no human presence has a lot of challenges in constructions of what our way from the grave. these and many other holes that we need to overcome. sam i said in my. but i know that our thought of simply on a mickey that among many to point the. author of the markets and try to go. to a place of love big that is a lot of. this will be defamation area where we will have. room for the staff and. a kitchen and. recreation resting area so they'll be
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a staircase as they were waiting for the comics week that will connect to the ground floor their work school and plan but we're running out of money so we need to raise funds to be able to complete these. people who discovers the bottom of the puter said. you are. going to be. modest. but also in the foot so if you have a. huge business this is profitable for my daughter 30 min with. little. by and a new manager. would you. give it one of those the theme of it will. be a blow. to the effort of the case because he is. when i say look at me. but
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i've been in the middle of the us it was probably my thought of a movie or going to be able to get us to with. him but was one of us about what they be. going to pull out i mean when i will never. be able to pick you know nation with them i mean. you know i must buy i don't know one of them i don't. have that. quite a ride coming over the the hill there in the view was amazing yes and the good thing is that there's no human presence and a few friends of it's private away in the haze and all of the students are here this thing turns a searchers everyone is here to get a little workers and there's
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a lot of work to be done we have to be able to complete this part of their. wallets before the end of next week because rains that experience that the target is 200000 that we need to go as soon as possible so you lay awake at night and wonder about all this or yes we do lay awake at night all of us because it's a important now that all these constructs are ongoing all this work on going to not run out of funds and lose this momentum of construction i want to die this entire area i want to look at that at the bottom and the depth in the current the tide and there's not much of that in it so protected here. but you need to really see it you know from the dolphins point of view. right now we're going to get a look at the environment here we're also going to be looking at different
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parameters water temperature depth as well as you know how do we construct in this environment the facilities that the security fences. the navigational buoys what's the bottom like and so we'll get a good look at that i mean the serious already been well studied by the team here and it's my 1st opportunity to get in the water and have a look at again from the dolphins point of view. the. as a person who has evaluated numerous sun trees and they have their limitations centers it's important to hear he's. the blond that we have on. the segment challenge is
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a huge threat. and this is the a story has actually been quite an inspiration to me. i admire her and the doris and their ability to have this dream and have this passion and do everything everything that they can to work for it. just hearing their stories and. 2 working here on their boats and living in this not the best conditions just because they want to study these animals even if we don't see anything i love being out
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here i love being on the water. going in between the islands and it's just a beautiful and made me. cry. this is a specially designed a hydrophone that we use when we do our marine mammal surveys it picks up the bio acoustics of. predominately cetaceans so whales and dolphins. all right so now hold it. ok the hydrophones out when we can observe these animals in the wild. we're able to establish baselines and then when we have dolphins in our sanctuary we can monitor them and record their vocal characteristics or vocals. with photos and
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behavior we're able to figure out how they're adapting to their new environment because we have this baseline data of how they interact in the wild. i heard about 4 individuals so we really need to be keeping our eye out just scanning the surface of the water see if we can see them. when they surface you noticed the blow was big one it's so hot that's what you need to look for.
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it's quite follow a by a to me there's no way. we've got everything that. the. guy and. i thank you. we have another 15 or 10 minutes left of daylight you never know maybe going to see some splashing in the sunset. some of the last one let's see. this out there. right here. nothing. really fun. something many things around here. they keep running away. one of the old one of course. you could see something coming out of the world. over that one
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a quote hey guys me out of it was. pretty crazy there straight ahead there was 3 individuals. but i want to out there there. i want to talk. white there's 3 here different environment yeah she's on. the. i have chills. we have 3 rizzo's dolphins it's very rare to see them so this is really exciting. this is the best i've seen. this week you know white kids and yeah so
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the the rizzo's they're born black and they accumulate scars over their lifetime a scar really easily you know they're really old or they're like really aggressive . beginning to fight a lot. of various time that will pound research was exactly here really want to years ago who we had to come in us and we had to be very careful and the picture we saw the photos developed about 2 and a half months later it was. just me and several times i felt i should just find a nice place in one of these beautiful islands and have 10 kids and just the whole process but we cannot. every time it's an amazing feeling to see and observe these anchor that when and where was and they are so free and happy and how they should be and it just makes me so sad and angry when you realize that they're going to
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find space for business and for pleasure. i'm looking forward to listening to the f. and thus theme has a out they sound very. tough or not if they know the parts of europe i'm process of closing down and he would be afraid to not be able to provide a solution for them. first of all can i show you some footage that yes that i shot here because i spent a considerable amount of time underwater we're looking at the environment the
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design and build we're looking at sustainability then when we look at the videotape here even though this is such a pristine environment we find those remnants of man like the plastics. the bag. there. that's the video there. and it is. good. and so i was a little bit taken aback to see some evidence in the environment here. that
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there are some evidence that maybe some sailboats a banker and in this this safety harbor and. made a quick disposal of their waste. but all that's easy to clean up. for me the water quality is based on not only these fish but the smallest of fish the glass minnows the micro minnows. and you see them just flourishing in this environment so it's a healthy ecosystem. we score the waves the tidal surge the salinity all those environmental factors.
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as well as the budget that we're building and i think on all of those you're scoring very high at about an 88 a half. you certainly have the location you have done your homework it has everything you need so now we focus on the funding. and we take the next steps to keep the momentum going and i am. confident we will find people who will share their knowledge with us and will be able to succeed in. amount of time. they are very determined to make they say i like the very song.
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