A ray of hope for North Atlantic right whales

This whale gave birth to 7 calves, and that's very good news. But will it be enough to save one of the most endangered whale species in the world?

04/27/2019 6:21 AM


  • Petyr B.
    07/12/2019 19:24

    Японците са виновни за всичко

  • Holly B.
    07/11/2019 11:52


  • Ronaldo M.
    07/11/2019 09:46

    Plus Japan is resuming whale hunting.

  • Nancy W.
    07/11/2019 03:08

    Now we have to keep them from eating plastic

  • Glenn D.
    07/10/2019 10:16

    Hoo Rah.!! The Government must have 'approved their right to EAT'.!! Oh... 'I do hope NO HUMANS will be affected in any way.!! (tongue in cheek).. Mmmm.

  • Yuan E.
    07/10/2019 07:27

    They are still threatened by human activities, but do we know the specific cause of their birth rate decline?

  • Eva M.
    07/10/2019 05:20

    let us stay away from them

  • Vincent P.
    07/10/2019 05:09

    sad mornings be like

  • Sanjeev B.
    07/10/2019 03:46

    Dont worry atall, japan will help itself in wiping out the already struggling whale population with the ban now over for them

  • Gus G.
    07/10/2019 01:03

    God forgive us humans, for all the damage we have and are still doing.

  • Ramil L.
    07/10/2019 00:19

    How sad... keep away from bullshit japanese whaler s in the sea...

  • Tiffany A.
    07/09/2019 19:18

    The poor creatures of the world dying at such a fast rate at our hands. We don’t deserve this world or it’s inhabitants.

  • Jan D.
    07/09/2019 18:28

    Figure out a way to keep the Japanese away from them in addition to all the rest of their problems. Their prognosis is not favorable.

  • Norm F.
    07/09/2019 18:23

    One day all this profit over nature will render us extinct

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