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Montevideo, December 6th 2022 - 23:58 UTC
Researchers based at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand have found that migrating humpback whales achieve navigational precision usually associated with jetliners or arrows. Read full article
Humpbacks are such wonderful animals... if they have a low frequency sonar they would be able to see rough landmarks - not fine precision like a dolphin - but across very very large distances. Blue and Fin whales vocalize loud enough to be heard (or see?) across whole oceans. Some footage/soundtrack of a Humpback male singing off the Dominican Republic in March: http://bit.ly/fzTtBE
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