What's Being Done to Protect the North Atlantic Right Whales? NOAA's Chris Oliver Speaks Out
An approximate 400 North Atlantic right whales remain in the world – so what's being done to protect the endangered species?
Following the recent death of six right whales in Canadian waters, four of which were mature females, Chris Oliver, Assistant Administrator for NOAA Fisheries, is speaking out.
"With fewer than 95 breeding females left, protecting every individual is a top priority," Oliver writes in a leadership message. "Right whales cannot withstand continued losses of mature females – we have reached a critical point...
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