People in the town of Abrolhos, Brazil, have discovered that whale-watching off their coast is bringing in tourism. As whale activity recovers from decades of hunting in the 1980s, villagers are discovering that whales are worth far more alive than dead. Their story is an example of how protecting one marine use (defined as "biodiversity" in the Ocean Health Index) results in higher scores in another (tourism and recreation).

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