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Humpback whale population on the rise
by Eleanor Imster
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23 October 2019
On 23 October 2019 EarthSky reported:
A population of humpback whales in the South Atlantic has rebounded from the brink of extinction. According to a new study, published October 16, 2019 in the peer-reviewd journal Royal Society Open Science, the western South Atlantic humpback population has grown to 25,000. Researchers believe this new estimate is close to pre-whaling numbers.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
There are seven Southern Hemisphere populations of humpbacks, reported the BBC, each of which can be described by their distinct genetics and migratory behavior. This particular group has a winter breeding ground off the coast of Brazil, and travels to sub-Antarctic and Antarctic waters in summer to gorge on the regions' swarms of krill crustaceans.
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