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Canada | Research says quieter ships, new MPA could help country’s dwindling orca population recover

With the death of the young female orca calf known as J50 in the Pacific Northwest in September 2018, the population of southern resident killer whales has fallen to 74.


At the time, Ken Balcomb, the founder of the Center for Whale Research in Friday Harbor, Wash., said the world was “witnessing a slow motion extinction” of this population of killer whales.


https://theconversation.com/quieter-ships-could-help-canadas-endangered-orcas-recover-107515

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