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Humpback whales are no longer considered endangered in Australia - but is this a good thing?

Some environmentalists are concerned that taking the humpback whale off Australia's endangered species list is premature. Image: Unsplash/ Abigail Lynn

Lizzy Rosenberg

Associate editor, Distractify

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Humpback whale numbers have increased in Australia, due to a crackdown on poachers. Image: Unsplash/ Mike Doherty

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