At present humpback whales are not listed as an endangered species.
humpback whales, blue whales, sperm whales and beluga whales are all endangered. they are the only endangered species of whales out of 79 species.
They are endangered in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
humpback whales are endangered because of commercial whaling and drift net fishing. these are the only know factors contributing to the decline of humpback whales all over the world.
no there are so many
Endangered whales live in every ocean in the world. On the endangered list are right whales, blue whales, humpback whales and fin whales among others.
Since 1966, humpback whales have been labeled and protected as endangered. There are certain associations, groups, and fisherman, who are trying to get the government to release the humpback whales from the endangered list. Today, the humpback whale is listed as "Least Concern" by the IUCN. Not an endangered species.
According to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, Humpback Whales are of least concern.
Belugas, blue whales, humpback whales....most of them, in fact.
It is estimated that there are over 10,000-15,000 humpback whales world-wide. Humpback whales are an endangered species. Look at this website for more info: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/whales/species/Humpbackwhale.shtml
The main reason is down to Human activity. To be specific, Hunting and Whaling of Humpback Whales for their blubber. The main country that hunt these whales is Japan.
Over whaling by humans
Yes. All albino animals are.
the number of humpback whales is reducing because not only of hunting but fishermen are catching the shrimp that the whales would normally eat. there is also pollution and climate change that is effecting the number of humpback whales that are swimming in our oceans today
Exact numbers are unknown, but they are an endangered species.
Yes, because the whalers decimated the populations to near extinction.
HumpBack whales live in the ocean.
The humpback, minke, sei, southern, right and blue fin whales all live in Antarctica. Many of these whales are endangered or on the brink of extinction.
Humpback whales are called Humpbacks for short.
yes because their their the same
do humpback whales mate for life
Endangered whales in U.S. waters include: Beluga Blue Bowhead Fin Gray Humpback Killer Right Sei Sperm
There is no specific Australian slang for humpback whales.
there are 925 bones in a humpback whales body
actually no sperm whales are only found in the testicals of the humpback.