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In this episode, our Marine Biologist Vanessa explains what are Baleen plates? Watch, learn and enjoy!
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1)Skim Feeding Right Whales by New England Aquarium Right Whale Research Program
2)Drone video of a Arctic Bowhead Whale by VDOS Global 2016
3)Blue Whale feeding sardine from documentary “The Hunt” BBC Earth, 2015
4)Blue Whale drone Video from National Geographic
5)Grey Whale à Benthic feeding from “Dolphins Safari”