Leonardo DiCaprio's Next Mission?... To Save The Majestic Vaquita Porpoise Of Mexico

They're not just fat dolphins

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Marginalised, ridiculed and and treated like second class ocean citizens for too long, finally the Vaquita Porpoise has its champion: Leonardo F*****g DiCaprio.

Often overshadowed by the bumbling Manatee, and the court jester of the sea (some say desperate showoff) the dolphin, the Vaquita porpoise is a chill dude who's just looking to snack on some mackerel and have a good time, but illegal fishing and the use of gillnets (innocent porpoise bros get caught in them), have sent their population plummeting, with just 30 left in the wild today.

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Enter our lord, saviour and superyacht mach daddy Leo, who has formed a holy trifecta with Mexico's president Enrique Pena Nieto and multi-billionaire Carlos Slim to save the endangered Vaquita.

The boys' plan is to protect the eco system surrounding the gulf of Mexico, the Vaquita's home, which has been blighted by overfishing and environmental destruction.

"Hurry Leo, you are my only hope!"

I'm coming, bro!"