How far Cetaceans can be heard? | WHALEZONE.TV S2E7


Hi everyone, welcome to a new episode of WHALEZONE.TV!

In this episode, our Marine Biologist Vanessa explains how far can cetaceans be heard.

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Vanessa Costa

About Vanessa Costa

Vanessa is a Marine Biologist and Guide at TERRA AZUL since 2017. Joined recently, for now she is in training and enjoying being out in the ocean with Wildlife accompanying our visitors. Soon she'll be ready to educate Humans, and collect data for MONICET – The Azores Islands Cetaceans Research & Conservation long-term monitoring project.

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