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Recent Blog Post

A Whale's Eye View

Published 2017-04-20

Photo: World Wildlife Fund Scientists from the World Wildlife Fund attached cameras to humpback whales in the Antarctic to gather information on where, when, and how the whales feed. These cameras were attached to the whales with suction cups and were accompanied by digital tracking tags. After 48 hours, the cameras detach from the whales and float to the surface. From the videos they collected, scientists are also able to learn more about the whales' social behavior and techniques used to clear ice to breathe at the surface. The purpose of this research is to locate priority feeding areas... (more)