This was driven not merely by negative foresights on the eventuality of the current scale of activities against cetaceans. But, this was simply underpinned by the enthusiasm of researchers on conservation attempts. Additionally, this was also to understand the ideas contained in available implementing guidelines for the limits of catching whales (Stoett, 1997).
Unfortunately, numberless publication persists which turned out to be unhelpful and can be barriers and distractions towards positive endeavours. These publications contain, one, issues that depict strained relations among nations which bring about the possibilities of total destruction as there are no commonality of beliefs on conservations. Second, that there is the danger of over-population which may result to extreme increases in demands for exhausting resources as well as collective relocation. Third, that there is an incessant intensified consciousness on soil erosion and rapid deforestations. Fourth, that there is an ever increasing account of oil wastage over bodies of water because of flaws on transport system resulting to death of marine organisms. And fifth, that the whales are subjects to extinction (Stoett, 1997).
Fortunately, the persistence of the issues on extinction of whales challenged and inspired many people to keep on with their studies. ...Show more