The marine life examiners publicized this news that the population of blue whales to have recovered from the damages of whaling and restored to near its historical level. The investigate team calculates that there are now 2,200 of these huge creatures on the eastern side of the Pacific Ocean.
But questions remain that how the blue whale will survive against the marine danger objects like a huge number of blue whales defenselessness to being struck by ships. They can’t protect their self because as up to 33m in length and weighing in at up to 190 tones, blue whales are the biggest animals on the planet.
The California range is always seen in the castle area of the state, but they are frequently spotted in the Gulf of Alaska down to Costa Rica.
The data from this study published in newspaper conclusion of all the factors blue whale life threats. The investigators used numerous techniques to recognize and guess the California blue whale inhabitants, for the study of the California blue whale population including auditory data. Because there are two main and distinguish shapes and group of whales inhabitants, the California collection and others type that live near Japan and Russia.
However the one of the bad news is here is that the researchers think the so many blue whales are struck by the ships every year more than the acceptable edges.
The researcher added, “Our judgments aren’t expected to deny California blue whales of protections that their total numbers have to go forward. California blue whales are improving population because we took serious steps to stop catches and start examining the situation. If we hadn’t, the inhabitants might have been pushed to near destruction towards death phase”.
The revitalization of California blue whales from whaling shows the capability of blue whale populations to restore under conscious and alert management and conservation measures,” said in a press release.
Top investigator Monnahan, who has done this investigation and his team think there are about 2,200 California blue whales in survival stage. That number looks short, but it in fact represents about 97 percent of the historical level, according to the investigators.