Risk Of Collisions Between Whales And Ships Increased In Bering Strait: Study – International Business Times

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International Business Times
The study suggests slowing ship speeds in the Bering Strait, reducing motor noise and the likelihood of collisions between whales and ships. Reuters. When the Arctic Ocean thaws, it attracts both migrating whales and ships to the region, increasing the risk of
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