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Instead, Antarctic krill numbers have dwindled since the mid-20th century, by more than 80 percent in areas heavily trafficked by whalers.Baleen whales eat (and poop) a lot more than we realized|Jonathan Lambert|November 3, 2021|Science News
A poignant moment in this film highlights a change in perspective of retired whalers who now spend their time assisting conservation groups watching whales and celebrating their comeback.
The authors’ model suggests that inexperienced or “naive” family units, if connected up with a family that had experience with whalers, learned from their more experienced group-mates how to protect themselves.
“Obviously this was extremely frustrating for the whalers, and somewhat good news for the whales,” says Whitehead.
The going and the coming of a "whaler" made Crip's father, Mr. John Allen, glad.
She showed no colors, but the old islander, once a whaler, declared that she was a British man-o'-war.
Just as the old whaler had predicted, in less than five minutes the mother whale spouted, coming in the direction of the vessel.
He looked at Hank expectantly, hoping to hear him spur the crew to a new venture, but the old whaler looked grave.
Then, at the whaler's orders, the boat was swung round and the men held their oars ready to back-water.