Vaquitas are cartoonish-looking porpoises that swim around, bothering literally no one. These little guys, which only weigh about 54kg, are found in just one region in the world -- the Northern Gulf of California. Their nickname -- the "panda" porpoise -- comes from the dark rings around their eyes, similar to that of the much-beloved bear. Sadly, over the years, vaquita numbers have plummeted dramatically due to unscrupulous fishing practices, and as a result, there are less than 30 left in the wild -- according to the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF), unless urgent action is taken, the porpoises could be extinct by next July.