We Are All Whalers By Michael J. Moore β€” Review

A fascinating memoir by a marine biologist-veterinarian who has devoted his entire life to developing methods for saving wild whales in distress, especially critically endangered North Atlantic right whales

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Since 2017, North Atlantic Right Whales have experienced an ongoing Unusual Mortality Event (UME); 34 North Atlantic right whales have been documented dead and 16 seriously injured. This represents more than 10% of the population, which is a significant impact on an endangered species where deaths are outpacing births. (Infographic Credit: NOAA Fisheries / CC0)

Humans have hunted whales for longer than 1000 years. There was a time when landing one of these…

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