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‘Boggs’ the number one humpback

Monday 20 July 2015 | Published in Environment

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‘Boggs’ the number one humpback
Cook Islands Whale Research assistant Abigail Robinson holds one of the many samples taken from Boggs the whale.

After 18 years on the job, local whale researcher Nan Hauser still gets a jolt of adrenalin every time she comes close to the breathtaking mammals in Cook Islands’ waters.

After 18 years on the job, local whale researcher Nan Hauser still gets a jolt of adrenalin every time she comes close to the breathtaking mammals in Cook Islands’ waters.


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