Act Right Now To Help Save A Species!
With fewer than 500 remaining, the North Atlantic right whale is on the brink of extinction. The biggest threat to these animals was - and still is - man. Right whale populations were depleted to near extinction by whaling - they were slow moving whales that lived close to the shore and floated when killed, so they became known as the “right whale” to hunt.
We have to ACT RIGHT NOW to pressure the US government to quickly introduce regulations that will help save the species!
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• The threat from vessel strikes
• The threat from entanglement
• Protecting their habitat
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Critical habitat (MPAs)