OMG!!! What happened to blue whales in California? Where are they going? The truth will shock you!
According to the latest survey it has been assumed that the population of California blue whales is going to resurge “near historic levels”. During the period of 20th century, the behemoth which is a sea creature had been hunted in such a way that reached the point of extinction; and the main reason behind this was the whalers. The blue whales of California are the only population of blue whales which needs to be recovered from the process of whaling.
1 Approx. 3,400 California blue whales had been trapped from 1905 to 1971 from the Gulf of Alaska
In current time Balaenoptera Musculus i.e. whales, beside the California coast, the Gulf of Alaksa and the eastern Pacific number about 2,200. According to the study the researchers claimed that this outline is 97% of the historical level. According to the recent data which is being published in the year, the thing which gets revealed that about 3,400 California blue whales had been trapped from 1905 to 1971.
If we will consider the 3,400 caught whales as compared to the 346,000 caught near Antarctica it will give an idea about the smaller population of California blue whales.