Whale population nears extinction

Latest update on whale population

28th December 2068

Today, data from our ocean floor probes has confirmed that the whale population has dripped below critical levels, a drop likely to lead to extinction within the next few months. In the last year, numbers have fallen dramatically at a rate never encountered previously, but as yet, we are no closer to finding an explanation for this. Sadly, the whale population now sits at just 6474, mostly humpbacks but with a scattering of beaked and blue whales.

Director of the Pan Global, Dr Viggo Miller will be holding a press conference on Friday 4th January to discuss this. He will be accompanied by Dr Leon Hansen, chief astronomer of NASA Europe.