US: Around New York, whales come back after decades of preservation work

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baleine en train de sauter dans l'ocean supplied by MadmoiZelle whale jumping in the ocean whales, hippocampes, dolphins, oysters ... The waters that surround New York have Never been so clean for almost a century, and aquatic fauna is delighted.

It is a new reported by the international mail that has something to joy: from the ocean to the rivers, the waters surrounding the New York metropolis, rivers on the Atlantic coast, are cleaner than they have never been so for a century . The result of decades of preservation work , which begins to bear fruit.

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in the 1960s, seeing a whale off New York was the event. The fault of high pollution, in particular by the rejection of industrial pollutants and wastewater, but also hunting for this species.

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But from 1972, an assembly of federal, national and local laws (the Clean Water Act , the Endangered Species Act and The Mammal Marine Protection Act ) begin to impose regulations which lead to the Restoration, Then to the preservation of ecosystems off the Big Apple.

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It took almost forty of years for the results of these policies to be observed by the inhabitants of the city, and according to The Economist , they are amazing. Rorquals, humpback whales, sharks, seals, hippocamples ... It is a whole fauna that reappears on the coasts of one of the most densely populated cities in the world, in front of the skyscrapers.

A new one to celebrate, but the work is not finished

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But if New Yorkers are delighted to see the whales come back around their homes,

The work is far from over. Thus, in 2017, an Article of ABC News recalled:

Make sure that the waters around New York remain a viable habitat, especially for whales, is a huge challenge. Whales have to face the same nuisances as New Yorkers, such as noise and intense maritime activity.

ABCNews, Why Whales Are Returning to New York City’s Once Polluted Waters ‘By the Ton’ Clean cleaning of the city, which all communicate with the ocean, is not finished either. From the rear of the port of New York to the Gowanus canal in Brooklyn, a funny black layer still covers certain waters: nicknamed Black Mayo (black mayonnaise) by the inhabitants of the city, it results from industrial pollution, discharges not sewer treaties in watercourses, and leftovers of storms. In Brooklyn, cleaning the channel started in 2020, and should take a decade.

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