Humpback Whales Make Migration Pit Stops at Underwater Mountains

Friday, November 27, 2015 - 15:40 in Biology & Nature

During lengthy migrations, humpback whales in the South Pacific stop over at seamounts that rise hundreds of feet from the seafloor. Scientists suspect the undersea mountains may serve multiple important roles for the whales.

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