Sightings of blue whales in the south of Chile has grown significantly

Sightings of blue whales in the south of Chile has grown significantly

“The number of blue whales sighted in the south of Chile increased significantly this austral summer as the cetacean approached the area to feed on the rich waters of the south Pacific according to a scientific report from the Austral University Blue Whale Centre released this week.

“Even when the largest mammal on earth is still in the endangered species list, we’ve sighted around 115 groups of these cetaceans just a few miles off the coast from Valdivia”, said Rodrigo Hucke and Jorge Ruiz, responsible for the report which is basically a monitoring of the whales in the rich in nutrients waters of the Chiloé archipelago.”

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One response to “Sightings of blue whales in the south of Chile has grown significantly

  1. Eric Baumholer

    Oh, noes, we have blue whales fleeing the effects of climate change, crashing the local populations of krill and disrupting the entire food chain and carbon cycle of the planet.

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