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Killer Whales in Canadian Waters to Get 200-Meter Protection Zone From Boats

Discussion in 'Sea Save Foundation' started by Sea Save Foundation, Nov 10, 2017.

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    The 78 southern resident killer whales in waters off the coast of British Columbia now have a 200-meter protection zone from boats. ”Scientific evidence shows noise from large ships and whale-watching tour boats is one of the biggest threats to the whales as it disturbs their ability to use sound to find food.” The whales already had similar protections in waters off Washington state.

    Read more here (story #6).

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