Currently, Inuits can only hunt the bowhead whale, and they are permitted to take only a limited number from each population. For example, the Baffin Bay-Davis Straight population can only be harvested once every 13 years, and they can only take one. I think in general, bowhead hunting from other populations is one whale every two years.
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