Pages tagged with Southern Right Whale

The annual Natal Sardine Run is more than numerous glistening shoals of sardines moving up the coast. It involves and affects many other different marine animals and can be witnessed from the shore, the sea the air and from below the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean.
Anana has laboriously been keeping afloat since sunset, weakened, by the expended energy, of the long swim from Georgia to the cold krill rich waters on the fringes of the Gulf of Maine. She is the last 100 year old Northern Right Whale, with a body weight of 75 tons and an overall l...
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