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Southwest Atlantic humpback whales on recovery path
by Jonathan Amos, BBC Science Correspondent
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16 October 2019
On 16 October 2019 BBC News reported:
One of the whale populations taken to the edge of extinction by commercial hunting in the early 20th Century has essentially recovered its numbers. It's estimated the humpbacks that frequent the southwest Atlantic once totaled perhaps 27,000 animals. This group was reduced to only a few hundred ... But a new study suggests the humpbacks are back close to where they were.
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There are seven Southern Hemisphere populations of humpbacks (Megaptera novaeangliae), each of which can be described by their distinct genetics and migratory behaviour.
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