Antarctic whales an indicator for world environmental health, scientists say: Part 2

ABC News’ James Longman joins a team of researchers as they make their last attempt at collecting crucial data from a native whale before the water turns to ice.

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18 thoughts on “Antarctic whales an indicator for world environmental health, scientists say: Part 2

  1. We need more people on the planet to care about where their garbage goes. Care about recycling and understand they can help right from home. Not just seemingly not care because it affects us all. And wildlife as we know it. Our grandchildren are affected by our decisions today. Wake up earth dwellers.

  2. Okay we get it global warming global warming the world's going to end we're all going to be underwater in 10 years or we're supposed to be underwater I guess according to Al Gore or whatever the hell. We get it Trump's fault.

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