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The reprinted resource addresses how the great whales remain endangered despite protection efforts from escalating dangers, including: marine pollution from sources such as pesticide run-offs, habitat and feeding ground degradation by activities such as oil exploration, fisheries, e.g., entanglement in fishing gear, and marine temperature changes due to factors like global warming.

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  • Education > General

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    Keywords:

    NSDL,Conservation Biology,Learn,Learner,High school upper division 11-12,Environmental Sciences,Population Biology,oai:nsdl.org:2200/20090721035926078T,Social Sciences,General public & informal education,Middle school 6-8,Profession (degree program),Research,High school lower division 9-10,Life Science,Article,Teach,Teacher,Biodiversity,NSDL_SetSpec_BEN,Wildlife science,Zoology,Undergraduate lower division 13-14,Graduate,Marine Biology,Ecology,Vertebrate Biology,Ecology, Forestry and Agriculture,Reference Material,Non-journal article,Continuing education,Education,Geoscience,Undergraduate upper division 15-16

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    English

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