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Unusual alliance in Sri Lanka forged to save blue whales
by Maria Cheng
The Associated Press Translate This Article
5 March 2019
On 5 March 2019 The Associated Press reported:
When the feeding grounds of blue whales overlap with busy shipping lanes, business interests often supersede those of the endangered marine mammals. But in Sri Lanka, an unusual alliance has been forged: conservationists and shipping companies have aligned in a bid to move the heavily-trafficked lane about 28 kilometers (17 miles) away to help avoid collisions between whales and freighters.
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Bryan Wood-Thomas, vice president of the World Shipping Council, said it was no small feat to get the majority of the world's shipping companies to agree to move the shipping lane in Sri Lanka.
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