First study of Humpback whale survivors of orca attacks in the Southeastern Pacific

Humpback whales bear stark battle scars from violent encounters with orcas, also known as killer whales. Analysis of rake marks on more than 3000 humpback whale tails or flukes suggest that attacks on these undersea giants may be on the rise, according to a new study in Endangered Species Research.

First study of Humpback whale survivors of orca attacks in the Southeastern Pacific

Humpback whales bear stark battle scars from violent encounters with orcas, also known as killer whales. Analysis of rake marks on more than 3000 humpback whale tails or flukes suggest that ...

Tue 6 Nov 18 from Phys.org

First study of Humpback whale survivors of orca attacks in the Southeastern Pacific, Tue 6 Nov 18 from ScienceDaily

First study of Humpback whale survivors of orca attacks in the Southeastern Pacific, Tue 6 Nov 18 from Eurekalert

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