. In Case You Missed It – Whale feeding frenzy in Antarctica points to a conservation success « JO LEE MAGAZINE

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD/From a distance, it looked like thick fog across the horizon. But as the ship drew closer, the ocean bubbled as 150 fin whales, the planet’s second-largest creatures, dived and lunged against the water’s surface.

Six weeks into a nine-week expedition, near the coast of Elephant Island, north-east of the Antarctic Peninsula, researchers had stumbled upon the largest gathering of fin whales ever documented.

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