The Indian government plans to implement the Aquatic Park of India project in the Indo-Pacific, with the first dolphins arriving by sea in 2019.
The scheme is the latest step in a plan to create a dolphin sanctuary for endangered dolphins.
The project was initially announced by the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in January, and was to be implemented by 2022.
However, the government has said the dolphins will be transported by sea.
The Aquatic Reserve project aims to create an eco-park for dolphins in the region, as part of its efforts to reduce the number of dolphins killed in the hunt for food in the Indian Ocean and to protect them from commercial fishing and habitat destruction.
It is also aimed at reducing the population of dolphins in Indian waters.
According to the Indian National Mission for the Conservation of Dolphins, a non-profit organisation, the dolphins are found in India’s Indian Ocean.
“They are endangered and the Aquarium is the only place where they are able to be safely housed,” said Anand Rai, who is the project director for the Aquatics Reserve project.
The plan is to introduce a “biodiversity buffer zone” between the dolphin-rich waters of the Indo/Pacific Ocean and the oceanic waters off India’s east coast.
“This buffer zone will be for the first time set up to protect dolphins from commercial hunting,” Rai said.
Aquatic Park, or the Dolphin Conservation and Management Act, was passed by the India’s Parliament in 2010.
It aims to preserve dolphins by encouraging them to stay in captivity.
The Act also sets up a dolphin research centre and other measures that aim to protect marine life and marine ecosystems.
The act has also been passed by a majority in the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of India’s parliament.
The government hopes to launch the project this year.
Dolphins in captivity are often killed by fishermen for their tusks, but a new dolphin sanctuary in the Bay of Bengal could help them return to their wild lives, said Anil Kumar, executive director of the Dolphin and Whale Conservation Society (DWC) in India.
“Dolphins are the most iconic animals in the marine environment.
They are extremely sensitive to the stresses and changes of the environment.
The dolphins would be very happy to be rehabilitated,” he said.
The Dolphin Conservation Centre (DC), which has been running the Aquarian Park project for three years, has seen a decline in the number and level of dolphin populations in the area.
It has received support from the government, with funding for the dolphin sanctuary.
DC is hoping to expand the project and see if dolphins are able a new home in the Aquarius Aquarium.
The dolphins were found stranded on the shores of the Bay by fishermen on November 23.
“We had already been monitoring the dolphins and they have been coming up to the Aquarias site every day.
We decided to take action to save them.
We will not let them die.
We have already sent a team to the area to assess the dolphins,” said K Sreevika Rao, a volunteer from the DC.
The DC has also sent a boat, which is also equipped with underwater microphones, to take samples from the dolphins, and also will be using satellite tracking to keep track of their movements.
“The dolphins are very intelligent and have a good sense of smell.
The DC has been working for the last five years to find the dolphins.
We are hoping that we will be able to get them back to the Bay,” Rao said.
The Aquarian project has already brought in a number of marine mammals, including dolphins, sharks, whales, dolphins, sea turtles and sea cucumbers.
The government’s new dolphin scheme, however, is more ambitious than the previous plan.
In March this year, the Indian Government said it would not allow the dolphins to stay on land in captivity, and that the dolphins would instead be transferred to the Sea Sanctuary in Sri Lanka.
However in November this year the government said that the Aquary Park would be opened to the dolphins in 2019 and that they would be able stay on the mainland of Sri Lanka for a year.
The Sea Sanctuary, however is located a short distance from the Bay, in the vicinity of the village of Chikarwadi, in Jharkhand state.
In May this year it was reported that the Sea Park had already closed, and it is believed the dolphins have been transferred to a small island off the coast of Jharpur in Jammu region.