Why Are Humpback Whales Endangered?


Humpback whales are endangered because of hunting and loss of habitat. Logging along their migration routes has also polluted the ocean with sediments and nitrates that kill the fish they feed on. The humpback whale was declared an endangered species in 1966.
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Humpback whales are endangered because they were whaled to near extinction until the international community made laws protecting them in 1966. It is thought that during whaling they were reduced by 90%; there are now about 80,000 humpbacks in the ocean. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humpback_Whale
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