Whale

Alejandra mar, Humberto Camilo, Roger Rostro, Amyaitae

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Objective

  • Oceans. For centuries people have regarded them as an inexhaustible supply of food, a useful transport route and a convenient dumping ground simply too vast to be affected by anything we do.

But human activity, particularly over the last few decades, has finally pushed ocean to their limit and causing a big problem to the ocean environment.


  • Throughout the whole semester we have learned that the ocean provides us with food, transportation, jobs, and that less than 1% of all water on earth is fresh water that we use on our daily life.
  • If the ocean goes we go with it that means if their is no water theirs no human life we depend so much on the water that some people don't understand the concept of it 's important for us to conserve the oceans the reasons why we need to start making a change is because it produces more than half of the oxygen in the atmosphere, and absorb the most carbon from it. The ocean produces the water we drink, the food you eat and etc.

The threats of the whale

Whaling

Entanglement in fishing gear (by catch)

Climate change

Ship strikes

Toxic contamination

Oil and gas development

Habitat degradation

How to protect whales

Volunteer with local community groups to stencil storm drains, Adopt A beach, or monitor the water quality of local watersheds. Organize your classroom, school club, or organization to clean litter from rivers, cheeks, estuaries, and beaches

Benefits

Whale watching that is managed responsibly has important educational, environmental, scientific and other socioeconomic benefits. Local guides trained as naturalists expand scientific and local knowledge. Scientific programs of several research organization have flourished because of relationships with their local whale-watch operations.
WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation
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