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There are only about 6,000 humpback whales left in the oceans. In the early 1900s whaling was very popular & over 60,000 whales were killed. Commercial whaling has been banned since the late 1950s, & currently whaling has been minimized significantly. Today the threats include accidental deaths by entanglement in fishing gear or collisions with ships.

There are only about humpback whales left in the oceans. In the early whaling was very popular & over whales were killed. Commercial whaling has been banned since the late & currently whaling has been minimized significantly.

Awesome image: the power of nature is just so remarkable. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Creative-Mind/319604758097900

This whale breaching is photoshopped. Humpback Whale at Maui, Hawaii. Whales don't live in lakes, nor could they breach in shallow water.