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Stranding Records Are Faithful Reflection Of Live Whale, Dolphin Populations


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The Golden Beach of Ammouliani from a cliff

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Stranding Records Are Faithful Reflection Of Live Whale, Dolphin Populations
Whales are the earth’s largest creatures, yet they are incredibly hard to study in the open ocean. For decades scientists have used boats, aircraft and even high cliffs to conduct visual surveys and gather data on whale and dolphin populations. Today, these live surveys form the basis of our knowledge of these marine mammals—what species live where in the world, which ones tend to live together …
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