Restoring ocean life

'Glimpse of hope': up to 150 fin whales spotted feeding off Antarctica

Fin whales are the second largest whales on the planet. Image: Unsplash/Abigail Lynn

Olivia Rosane

Freelance Reporter, Ecowatch

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Fin whales feeding in the Weddell Sea near Elephant Island north of the West Antarctic Peninsula. Image: Alfred-Wegener-Institut
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