Could this be one reason why whale populations have not recovered following hunt ban? - The Conversation
Could this be one reason why whale populations have not recovered following hunt ban?
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Ecologists and social scientists from UCSB and Berkeley show how the far-reaching effects of such declines require far greater collaboration.
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De l'or au fond des océans.
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Plus d'humains, moins d'invertébrés.
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