A gray beluga whale calf and three adults swim together in Cook Inlet. A newly released population estimate shows signs of recovery, or at least stablization, among the endangered whales. The unprecedented marine heatwave known as The Blob is believed to have taken a toll, but the population has increased since that heatwave dissipated. (Photo by Paul Wade/NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center)3_o-1024×684-1

A gray beluga whale calf and three adults swim together in Cook Inlet. A newly released population estimate shows signs of recovery, or at least stablization, among the endangered whales. The unprecedented marine heatwave known as The Blob is believed to have taken a toll, but the population has increased since that heatwave dissipated. (Photo by Paul Wade/NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center)

A gray beluga whale calf and three adults swim together in Cook Inlet. A newly released population estimate shows signs of recovery, or at least stablization, among the endangered whales. The unprecedented marine heatwave known as The Blob is believed to have taken a toll, but the population has increased since that heatwave dissipated. (Photo by Paul Wade/NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center)

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