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Reducing vessel activity key to southern resident killer whale survival

Check out this awesome article from Simon Fraser University about the endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales off the Coast of BC, Canada, and how to help them survive in their habitat

Reducing ship speed and noise levels would increase the probability that endangered West Coast southern resident killer whales will spend more time hunting for Chinook salmon, a new Simon Fraser University study in collaboration with the Oceans Initiative in Seattle, the University of California, and Bielefeld University in Germany in which Dr Ruth Joy was involved, has found.

Read more about this story in the news article on the SFU website, and the research article in the journal Marine Pollution Bulletin.

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