Video footage from the back of a humpback whale offers a glimpse into these giants’ lives, including how fast they swim and how they catch their food.
Jul 20, 2017
The Scientist Staff
Video footage from a humpback whaleGOLDBOGEN LAB, HOPKINS MARINE STATION Stanford University researchers tagged humpback whales with cameras to investigate how these whales go about catching their prey.
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