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Welcoming Fin In South Greenland

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Humpback whales are a large mammal which was almost hunted to extinction. The humpback whale dropped to about 10% until a hunting ban was imposed in 1966. Since then the population has partially recovered to about 80,000 worldwide.
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Adel Korkor
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Humpback whales are a large mammal which was almost hunted to extinction.  The humpback whale dropped to about 10% until a hunting ban was imposed in 1966.  Since then the population has partially recovered to about 80,000 worldwide.