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A beacon of hope for humpbacks

Thursday 6 April 2017 | Published in Environment

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A beacon of hope for humpbacks
Humpback whales are frequent visitors of Rarotonga, arriving during July to August when the weather is relatively cooler to give birth to their calves. 17041509

The Cook Islands is a beacon of hope at the “Whales in a Changing Ocean Conference”, now underway in the Kingdom of Tonga, highlighting its strong stance on raising standards on ocean stewardship and management of its natural resources.

The Cook Islands is a beacon of hope at the “Whales in a Changing Ocean Conference”, now underway in the Kingdom of Tonga, highlighting its strong stance on raising standards on ocean stewardship and management of its natural resources.


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