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'I'm a blue whale, I'm here': researchers listen with delight to songs that hint at Antarctic resurgence
by Luca Ittimani

The Guardian    Translate This Article
6 May 2024

On 6 May 2024 The Guardian reported: Centuries of industrial whaling left only a few hundred Antarctic blue whales alive, making it almost impossible to find them in the wild. New research suggests the population may be recovering. Australian scientists and international colleagues spent two decades listening for their distinctive songs and calls, and have found the whales -- the largest animals ever to have lived -- swimming across the Southern Ocean with growing regularity. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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