The ranks of the small porpoise are thinning due to illegal fishing practices in the Gulf of California.
The U.S. should support the democratic wishes of the Hong Kong people and resist attempts to suppress their voices.
Opposition pro-democracy lawmakers and activists say the package is a "fake" democratic model.
Lawmakers appear to be standing firm on their pledge to veto Beijing-backed electoral reforms.
The police arrested nine people today in connection with the case.
In June 1989 Newsweek examined Chinese state-run media's coverage of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, which took place 26 years ago today.
"Everything is tighter in Hong Kong; it's important to have a good concept of caching your stuff," writes one resident.
First royal visit in three decades after London and Beijing clash over pro-democracy demonstrations last year.
Protesters fear 'Chinese methods' will be applied In Hong Kong
Hong Kong urged pro-democracy protesters to pack up their tents and leave their main camp near government headquarters, saying it could not promise there would be no "confrontations."
Hong Kong police announced plans to clear away the last of the "Occupy" protest encampments, setting up what could be a final showdown with pro-democracy activists on Thursday.
The government and now the courts are cracking down on the protests
The protests have been met by plenty of authoritarian rhetoric from the government
Three founders of the movement turned themselves in a day after calling on students to retreat from protest sites
The three co-founders of Occupy Central have said they will hand themselves in to police tomorrow
Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying said police had been tolerant but would now take "resolute action."
The MPs were denied visas to travel to the territory to look into the progress of democracy amid the protests
The leaders were arrested during scuffles as police cleared protest sites that have choked the city for weeks.
Hong Kong riot police arrested 80 pro-democracy protesters on Tuesday in running clashes after several thousand demonstrators erected street barricades following clearance of part of a protest hotspot.
It was the first time protesters had broken into a key public building, defying predictions the movement was dying down.
Foreign Office minister Hugo Swire said the government had not been able to verify pictures purporting to show that some of the canisters used in Hong Kong were British.
A court on Monday adjourned the trial of a British banker charged with killing two women until later this month to allow for the suspect to undergo a psychiatric assessment
Students calling for full democracy for Chinese-ruled Hong Kong are expected to announce details of their new battle plan on Thursday.
Former governor of Hong Kong Chris Patten accuses Britain of not putting enough pressure on China for fear of damaging trade links