blue whale


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Joining Blue Whale on the night in the city centre is Sister Ghost.
After investigations, police discovered that the boy was playing 'Blue Whale' game.
The blue whale population is estimated to have declined from 350,000 to roughly before whale hunting was banned in 1986 by the International Whaling Commission established under the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling, 1946.
'We confirmed that it's a calf of the blue whale after sharing its picture with other experts,' said Mohammad Moazzam Khan, a representative of the WWF-P and also the president of the Pakistan Whales and Dolphins Society.
CAIRO - 19 April 2018: Despite the awareness campaigns that have been raised recently in media outlets against the deadly online game "Blue Whale", Beheira Governorate has seen another case of an Egyptian teenager committing suicide after playing the game, putting in question the effectiveness of these campaigns.
A blue whale off the coast of Los Angeles (AFP / MANILA BULLETIN)
The most terrifying of the challenges was the "Blue Whale Challenge" in which teenagers participated in a "suicide game" which often ended with the participant taking one's own life.
According to a study the deaths attributed to blue whale have reached a count as high as 130 suicides in Russia alone, and quite a couple of cases have been registered in Khyber Pakhtukhwa last year.
Four ships, CMA CGM Blue Whale, CMA CGM Rigoletto, Sun and Ney York carrying Containers, Coal and Chemicals are expected to take berths at QICT, PIBT and EVTL respectively on Friday, while another containers ships Nicoline Maersk is due to arrive at Port Qasim on Saturday.
The directives came after media reported that a section of youth in Pakistan have been participating in 'Blue Whale Challenge', wherein an administrator gives a player a task to complete every day for a period of 50 days.
The directives came after media reported that a section of youth in Pakistan have been participating in the Blue Whale' challenge, wherein an administrator gives a player a task to complete every day for a period of 50 days.
Finally, to complement these detector systems searching the ocean for whales, Elliott Hazen--from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and NOAA's Southwest Fisheries Science Center--is leveraging the power of ocean big data and powerful new mathematical models to predict whether ocean conditions on any given day make it likely that blue whales will be in the area.
Almost a year after the Blue Whale Challenge allegedly led to a number of suicides among teenagers across the globe, a new game called 'Momo Challenge' is reportedly encouraging children to perform dangerous acts.
For the past two years, the term "Blue Whale game" has been popping up increasingly on social media.
The whale measures 24 metres long and belongs to a subspecies known as the pygmy blue whale, according to a statement from the Ministry of Environment.