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New sub species of the blue whale
Beeps By www.gobeyondpink.com | Nov 30 -0001

The world’s largest mammals make an impressive journey during spring, from oceans around the world, to the poles, where they give birth to calves and gorge on krills. However, a new study shows that blue whales around New Zealand are distinct, non-migratory species. They seem to be sub species of the pygmy blue whales that are under threat.

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