The North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis, which means "good, or true,
whale of the ice") is a baleen whale, one of three right whale species belonging ...
ESA Listing Rule to List North Atlantic and North Pacific Right Whales as
Separate Species (previously listed as "Northern Right Whales"), 73 FR 12024,
The North-Atlantic right whale is one of the most endangered of all large whales,
with a long history of human exploitation and no signs of recovery despite ...
Learn about the size, diet, population, range, behavior and other fascinating facts
about North Atlantic right whales.
However, according to whale
surveys, not all of the cataloged whales
are accounted for in each of these grounds, so there may be undiscovered feeding and breeding grounds.
The right whale
is pregnant for about a year before giving birth to a single calf about 15 feet l... More »
Ocean noise, bycatch and climate change are the main threats to the
endangered North Atlantic Right Whale. Learn about the ways WWF works to
conserve a ...
The North Atlantic right whale is one of the most endangered whales in the world.
Its name comes from the idea that it was the "right" whale to hunt: it was slow ...
Stretching up to 16.8 meters (55 feet) long and weighing up to 62 tons (70 tons),
the North Atlantic right whale is one of the world's largest animals—and one of ...
Learn all you wanted to know about right whales with pictures, videos, photos, ...
right whales live in temperate Atlantic or Pacific waters, often near the coast.
The North Atlantic right whale is currently one of the rarest large whales in the
world, having been drastically reduced to critically low numbers by years of ...