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No humpbacks off Seattle coast 25 years ago, but now 500 return with record number of calves
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20 November 2021
On 20 November 2021 Good News Network reported:
A record number of calves have been recorded in the Salish Sea [an inland sea that encompasses Puget Sound, the San Juan Islands and the waters off of Vancouver, British Columbia] this season, marking a significant rebound for a species that was endangered just 25 years ago. As to the cause of this year's baby boom, Erin Gless, Executive Director of the Pacific Whale Watch Association, can only speculate. Humpbacks have also bounced back in the South Atlantic.
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