OTN/MEOPAR gliders track right whales as three whales die from human-related activities


Experts say humans are likely to blame in the deaths of three of the six North Atlantic right whales recently found floating lifeless in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. But they remain hopeful the attention drawn by the grisly discoveries, and an uptick in marine research, will help conservationists safeguard this dwindling population before it’s too late.

Source – CTV Atlantic




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