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The Northern Right Whale
Sei whales, mackerel, and herring (which feed on the same species as right whales) appear to be expanding into former right whale habitat ... " within the species has led to inbreeding among the few hundred remaining whales, severely reducing the ability of the whales to reproduce successfully and contributing in part to a high infant mortality ...
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SoundNet - If Adopted, RMS Would Lead Whaling Back to the Dark, Pre-Moratorium Days
History Repeating Itself? Whales have been slaughtered for commercial gain in unregulated ... s treaty. This year, for instance, Japan will take ten sperm whales, 50 Bryde's whales, 100 sei whales and 220 minke whales in the North Pacific under the guise of "scientific research." The ...
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Ocean Alliance - FAQ - Whales
Sperm whales and 50 Brydes Whales. Public outrage and diplomatic protest has failed to deter the whalers who are also hunting 50 endangered Sei whales in the northern Pacific this season. << TOP How many species of whales ...
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2002 Meeting in Shimonoseki
Greenland fin whales (taken by Greenlanders) - An annual catch of 19 whales is allowed for the years 2003 - 2006. West Greenland minke whales (taken by Greenlanders) - The annual number of whales struck for the ... within Japan’s EEZ.’ The programme proposes the taking of 150 minke whales, 50 Bryde’s whales, 50 sei whales and 10 sperm whales in the western North Pacific. Different views on the value of ...
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2003 Meeting in Berlin
Bryde’s whales, 50 sei whales and 10 sperm whales in the western North Pacific. A proposed permit by Iceland, primarily for feeding ecology studies for 100 common minke whales, 100 fin whales and 50 sei whales ...
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To Icelanders, Whales Were a Godsend
Hunting sperm whales was prohibited in ... catch a limited number of fin and sei whales for scientific purposes - 80 fin whales in each of the 1986-´88 seasons and 40, 20, and 10 sei whales successively, in the same years. To ...
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Sei Whale (Balaenoptera borealis) - Office of Protected Resources - NOAA Fisheries
Species Description Sei whales (pronounced "say" or "sigh") are members of the baleen whale family and are considered one of the "great whales" or rorquals. Two subspecies of sei whales are recognized ... before being weaned on the preferred feeding grounds. Sei whales have an estimated lifespan of 50-70 years. Habitat Sei whales prefer subtropical to subpolar waters on the continental shelf ...
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STW - Sei Whale
Its baleen is smaller than the other rorqual whales ... sei whales during the 1950s and '60s because of the decline of blue and fin whales. It is an endangered species but not among the most endangered of whales ...
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Whales: The Kids' Times - Office of Protected Resources - NOAA Fisheries
Career Links How You Can Help Kids Turtles Whales Teachers Lesson Plans Viewing Wildlife Contact OPR Glossary OPR Site Map Whales: The Kids' Times Whales Whales are the largest animals that ever lived ... [pdf] [622 KB] Northern right whale [pdf] [564 KB] Sei whale [pdf] [484 KB] Sperm whale [pdf] [190 KB] More Information Whales and Other Cetaceans Home | About Us | Forms | Privacy Policy | ...
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whales and dolphins
Baleen whales. including the blue. fin. humpback right. sei. Bryde’s. bowhead. minke and grey whales feed on plankton. Toothed whales include the sperm. beaked. beluga. narwhal. killer and pilot whales. ... seabirds seahorses seals seas fit for seals sharks and rays starfish (the echinoderms) whales and dolphins related pages basking sharks marine turtles alien species surveys | copyright mcs 2008 ...
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