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Suaad al Harthi, ESO's programme director, said, 'The workshop primarily intends to raise awareness on the need for conservation of the Arabian Sea humpback whale and also to introduce the new Arabian Sea Whale Network (ASWN) regional online data platform, Flukebook.
Humpback whales inhabiting the Arabian Sea are the most genetically distinct humpback whales in the world and may be the most isolated whale population on earth, according ESO.
com/cameras-humpback-whales-show-marine-mammal-behavior-antarctica-2533012) Cameras On Humpback Whales Give A Glimpse Of Marine Mammal Behavior In Antarctica
T tests were performed to evaluate whether the observed differences in the environmental variables for fin and humpback whales were significant.
Following a review process that started in 2009 and was finalized in September 2016, the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported that five populations of humpback whales have shown very little signs of increase toward recovery, and are still listed as Endangered or Threatened.
They have been learning which areas of the Ningaloo Marine Park are ideal for interactions, which pods are suitable and how to interpret humpback whale behaviour.
Acebes laments there is so much more research to be done on one of the world's least studied humpback whale populations.
Above a surfacing humpback whale in the waters off New England, a six-rotor hexacopter hovers, waiting to be soaked by spray from the majestic creatures' spout.
ABSTRACT--Standardized sight-resight data of Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) in Glacier Bay and Icy Strait, Alaska, have been collected since 1985.
10 ( ANI ): Researchers have found that not all Southern Hemisphere humpback whales migrate towards the equator at the end of the Antarctic summer.
Vervet monkeys and humpback whales both copy behaviors from their neighbors, researchers report in two studies in the April 26 Science.