The Invisible Threat Orcas Face In Norway

From Science Insider.

Noise pollution caused by whale-watching boats and other human activity can interrupt orca communications and disorient the marine mammals. Scientists with the nonprofit Ocean Sounds are working to make Norway’s Lofoten archipelago a marine protected area, which would limit noise pollution and prevent oil drilling around the Arctic island chain.

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The Invisible Threat Orcas Face In Norway