Whales in the Southern Hemisphere are endangered

New peril for gray whale survival? Predatory orcas spotted in Baja calving lagoon The threat of commercial fishing practices for endangered gray whales is mounting. Scientists are worried. In late April, an aerial drone…

Whales in the Southern Hemisphere are endangered

New peril for gray whale survival? Predatory orcas spotted in Baja calving lagoon The threat of commercial fishing practices for endangered gray whales is mounting. Scientists are worried.

In late April, an aerial drone filmed two orca breaching in the Baja California Peninsula.

“They are very close to the lagoon where the humpback whales are,” said Jose Ramon Lopez with the Mexican environmental agency. “In many places along the coast [of Baja California], there is an ecological community that grows together where they interact.”

The orca breaches twice before the gray whales and are then able to feed on them.

In late May, it was reported that an orca has taken a whale calf off the coast of San Diego, California.

The gray whales in the Southern Hemisphere are highly protected by law. They live in a fragile environment where they rely on their own biology to ensure survival.

“There are already many more predators in the ocean than there are fish, and a lot of those predators are very good at eating the other species,” Ramon said.

“You can’t say that they have the same protection that humans have, because they are so much smaller than humans that their capacity to survive is much lower.”

The first gray whales to be found dead washed ashore in Mexico in the 1970s. A recent study published in the journal Marine Mammal Science found that in the Northern Hemisphere, between 1994 and 2014, at least four species of marine mammal were found dead.

Of the species, two are already listed as endangered.

The gray whales in the Southern Hemisphere are highly protected by law. They live in a fragile environment where they rely on their own biology to ensure survival.

Ramon said that there will be more whale deaths in Baja California, with the whale’s population increasing in the next few years.

On May 28, one of the whales was spotted near the Punta Banda beach resort, a few miles away. Another was last seen from the shore. Scientists are now trying to determine whether the whales are the same or if two whales have been found.

“We need to find out who is the mother and the father, because we don’t know if they are the mother of these whales, or if this is a

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