The numbers of dolphins, whales, and seals, as well as whether their
numbers rose or fell between 2006 and 2018, are depicted in a bar
graph. Generally, it is evident that, notwithstanding some minor oscillations,
the population of all these aquatic creatures rose over the years.
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According to the graph, seals were the marine species with the highest density in the Straits in 2006. However, its population dropped from this peak of 43 to just fewer than 25 in 2010. Yet, there was a modest increase in the number of whales and dolphins between these two years. The latter increased from 17 to 22 as the former’s number rose from 23 to 26.
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The rise of the whale population was unpredictable throughout the years, whereas the number of seals and dolphins increased steadily from 2010 to 2018. The number of seals rose from 25 to 44 during these eight years, while the number of dolphins increased significantly to roughly 52. There were 28 whales in the Gormez Straits overall in 2018, just 6 more than in 2014.
In conclusion, it was seen that the number of seals initially increased before decreasing. The number of dolphins was seen to be steadily rising. Lastly, from 2006 to 2018, there were variations in the number of whales.