High tech helps scientists protect whales


High tech helps scientists protect whales (via AFP)
Scientists are delving deep into the travels of whales -- thanks to high-tech tracking devices -- to try to help protect them. Except for a few species, global whale populations have been decimated over the last few hundred years. Many are at less than 10 percent of their original population size,…
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