Female North Atlantic right whales growing smaller, leading to fewer births

A team of oceanologists affiliated from the U.S. and Scotland has found reductions in body size of female North Atlantic right whales is resulting in fewer births, endangering the species. In their study, published in Royal Society Open Science, the group analyzed historical data that included whale length information going back to the 1970s.

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