The Western Pacific Grey, Bowhead, and Narwhal whales all have population sizes that are fewer then 120 and makes them some of the most endangered whales in the world. These whales are threatened by the shrinking polar cap, overfishing, and whaling. Also, with so few individuals there is not much genetic diversity.
There are less than 120 Western Pacific Grey, Bowhead, and Narwhal whales left in the entire world. The North Atlantic Right Whale and the Cook Inlet Beluga Whales are also critically endangered. These species are endangered because many of their habitats are disappearing, their waters are filled with chemicals such as mercury, and they are hunted.
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