The humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) is a species of baleen whale.
..... The Indian Ocean population also does not migrate, prevented by that .... they
have become the mainstay of whale-watch...
Summary of the reasons/process by which the humpback whale (Megaptera
novaeangliae) became listed as Federally Endangered.
Apr 21, 2015 ... 12-month Findings and Proposed Rule to divide the globally-listed humpback
whale into 14 DPSs and list 2 DPSs as endangered and 2 DPSs ...
Humpback Whales Endangered. By 18th century, the commercial value of
humpback whales increased and that made them a preferred target for hunters.
Apr 23, 2015 ... Should Humpback Whales Be Removed from the Endangered Species List? ... in
their regions of the world have increased and become stable.
Reasons why whales are endangered including humpbacks, orcas, and gray ...
In the past century, many of the large whale species were hunted almost to ...
Dec 30, 2013 ... After being almost hunted to extinction, Humpback whales were added to the
U.S. list of endangered species in 1988. Adults can be 40-50 feet ...
Females become pregnant about every two to four years, and are pregnant with
each calf for about 11 to 12 months. The calves can ... As recently as 1988,
humpback whales were listed as endangered by IUCN. Populations ... Did you
Although as of 2014 humpback whales are no longer listed as Endangered by
the International Union for Conservation of Nature, major threats to their ...
Aug 31, 2013 ... US studies humpback whale endangered list removal ... calving in Hawaii's warm
waters, where they've become a major draw for tourists. ... threatened or
endangered does not present substantial information that listing under ...