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Eastern Atlantic Harbour Seal/Common Seal Phoca vitulina

P

Harbour Porpoise Phocoena phocoena

P

Sowerby’s Beaked Whale Mesoplodon bidens

P?

Killer Whale Orcinus orca

P

Sperm Whale Physeter macrocephalus

P

Bottlenosed Dolphin Tursiops truncatus

P

Cuvier’s Beaked Whale Ziphius cavirostris

P

Species

Present or absent in Norfolk

No. of

No. of 1km

records in

squares

database

recorded

since 1980

Possible other

Other survey

sources

work

of data sets

completed or

in progress

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Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society, JNCC Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society, JNCC Seal Conservation Society

Grouped UK plan for toothed whales Declining – Over-exploitation, pollution (chemical & noise), by- catch, collisions and climate change. Grouped UK plan for toothed whales Declining – Over-exploitation, pollution (chemical & noise), by- catch, collisions and climate change. Found mainly along shorelines and in estuaries. Internationally threatened – Pollution and disease. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

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Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society

,

Cetacean sightings card distributed in

JNCC

Norfolk in 2008.

Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society, JNCC

Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Societ

Cetacean sightings y card distributed in

,

JNCC

Norfolk in 2008.

Cetacean Research Unit, European Cetacean Society, JNCC

Current UK Species Action Plan Internationally threatened - Incidental capture and drowning in fishing nets; environmental contaminants; environmental change (effects of fishing and possibly climate change). Norfolk Action Plan published December 1998, revised May 2007. 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 Internationally threatened - 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.

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