A new study published on Thursday found that North Atlantic right whales have shrunk by an average of three feet over the past 20 years. The study published in the peer-reviewed science journal Current Biology said the shrinking of the marine giants is due to human activity

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Whale populations of right whales are climbing pretty fast so the average age might be declining leading to smaller averages


On an unrelated side note: is this a verified example of visible evolution in action?


Maybe they need calcium and more ergonomic chairs?


Bet they didn’t shrink… bet they just didn’t grow as much.


“I was in the ocean! I was in the ocean!” Significant shrinkage.