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Whale season makes a splash

Monday 7 September 2015 | Published in Environment

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Whale season makes a splash
US Ambassador to the Cook Islands Mark and Nancy Gilbert (front) with local whale researcher Nan Hauser and research assistant Alyssa Stoller (rear) out on the water last week. Hauser and her Cook Islands Whale Research team have collected 117 samples from whales so far this year.

This year’s whale season has made a significant splash with humpback whales breaching left right and centre to the delight of tourists.

This year’s whale season has made a significant splash with humpback whales breaching left right and centre to the delight of tourists.


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