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Dream-Like Video Captures Minke Whale Gliding Beneath Antarctic Ice


Live Science - Mar 21, 2018
In what looks like a stereotypical hallucination of a whale floating beneath puffy clouds, rare footage reveals a very real minke whale swimming with sinuous grace beneath a blanket of floating ice chunks. The dream-like whale video was captured by ...
 

Antarctic researcher captures stunning video of minke whale


New York Post - Mar 21, 2018
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Marine mammal expert Regina Eisert thought minke whales were a little boring until she captured some striking footage of one swimming underwater near Antarctica. Now she thinks they're beautiful. Eisert says the whales look ...
 

Camera captures rare footage of a minke whale swimming in Antarctica


Mother Nature Network - Mar 25, 2018
... but do they eat small fish as well? Also, DNA analysis can tell us whether Ross Sea minkes are separate from other minke whales on the Antarctic Peninsula or further north, or if they are all part of one larger population," Eisert said. (A DNA ...
 

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The Mystery Of The Minke Whale


 

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From June to August, you can observe minke whale on the great barrier reef as these very inquisitive animal migrate north.
 

First Camera To Ever Be Attached to a Minke Whale | WWF-Australia


Ever wondered what it's like to see the world through the eyes of a whale? In a world-first, scientists in Antarctica have attached a camera to a minke whale. The information from these cameras...
 

Pod Of Orcas Take Down Minke Whale


SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft Animals: http://bit.ly/2ceCJY0 A POD of hungry orca descended upon a lone minke whale, ripping it to shreds in just a few short minutes. The rare footage was filmed in...
 

Explore the Antarctic From the Back of a Minke Whale | National Geographic


Little is known about Antarctica's elusive minke whales, but for the first time, scientists attached a camera to the back of one of the giant creatures to get a glimpse into their secretive...