Two newborn North Atlantic right whales have been spotted off the coast of the U.S., providing some hope to the survival of the species, of which there are about only 400 left in the world. One was Dec. 4 the first baby was spotted off the coast of Georgia alongside its mother who is believed to be 13 years old. Three days later, the second baby was spotted in Florida, alongside its mother who is believed to be 16 years old. This is a positive sign as it is only the beginning of calving season, which runs from mid-November through mid-April. Of the around 400 North Atlantic right whales left in the world, only about one-quarter of those remaining whales are breeding females.