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ANNEX 9: MARINE MAMMALS

Minke Whale Balaenoptera acutorostrata

P

Sei Whale Balaenoptera borealis

P?

Fin Whale Balaenoptera physalus

P

Common Dolphin Delphinus delphis

P

Long-finned Pilot Whale Globicephala melas (melaena)

P

Northern Bottlenose Whale Hyperodon ampullatus

P

Atlantic White-sided Dolphin Lagenorhynchus acutus

P

White-beaked Dolphin Lagenorhynchus albirostis

P

MARINE MAMMALS

Spp. Considered Extinct

Species

Present or absent in Norfolk

Spp. New to National BAP List No. of records in database

13

1

4

8

7

7

1

27

No. of 1km squares recorded since 1980

2

-

4

5

6

2

1

17

Possible other

Other survey

sources

work

of data sets

completed or

in progress

Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society

,

Cetacean sightings card

JNCC

distributed in Norfolk in 2008.

Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society, JNCC

Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society, JNCC Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society, JNCC

Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society, JNCC

Cetacean sightings card distributed in Norfolk in 2008.

Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society, JNCC Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society, JNCC

Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society, JNCC

Cetacean sightings card distributed in Norfolk in 2008. Cetacean sightings card distributed in Norfolk in 2008.

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Grouped UK plan for baleen whales Declining – Over-exploitation, pollution (chemical & noise), by- catch, collisions and climate change.

Grouped UK plan for baleen whales Declining – Over-exploitation, pollution (chemical & noise), by- catch, collisions and climate change. Although there are no recent records, this species is wide ranging and may occur in the North Sea. Grouped UK plan for baleen whales Declining – Over-exploitation, pollution (chemical & noise), by- catch, collisions and climate change. Grouped UK plan for small dolphins Declining - Ecosystem changes resulting from the widespread over-exploitation of marine biological resources, by-catch, pollution, boat activity and climate change. Grouped UK plan for toothed whales Declining – Over-exploitation, pollution (chemical & noise), by- catch, collisions and climate change.

Grouped UK plan for toothed whales Internationally threatened – Over-exploitation, pollution (chemical & noise), by-catch, collisions and climate change. Grouped UK plan for small dolphins Declining - Ecosystem changes resulting from the widespread over-exploitation of marine biological resources, by-catch, pollution, boat activity and climate change. Grouped UK plan for small dolphins Declining - Ecosystem changes resulting from the widespread over-exploitation of marine biological resources, by-catch, pollution, boat activity and climate change.

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