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The humpback whale recovers 93% of its original population
The humpback whale population would be almost restored. According to a recent study carried out by the Royal Society, 25,000 humpback whales populate the oceans compared to 450 in 1950. The 1980 ban on whaling and the multiple efforts to protect appearance appear to have been paid off! Photo credit: Sylvain Girardot / The Explorers
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