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The bar chart provides information about the population data of seals, whales and dolphins in Gormez Strait from 2006 to 2018.
Overall, it can be seen that the population of dolphin has been rising for the past 12 years while the population of seals and whales were fluctuating from 2006 to 2018.
The population of seals in the year 2006 was the highest at around 42, however, for the year 2010 it dramatically declined to almost 25 in number which was still higher than dolphins in that year. But by 2018, the dolphins population ended up standing more than 50 thus outraced the population of seals which stood at 45.
In 2006, there were approximately 25 whales in the Gormez Strait which managed to remain steady at a figure between 20 & 30 with only minor fluctuations over the period.
However, dolphins figures showed a dramatic rise in their number throughout the period, it started off from its lowest size of approximately 18 in 2006 and then gradually rose above 50 to the end of the period.