Humpback whales are known for their unique feeding behavior—called bubble-netting—at the water's surface. But researchers noticed the whales also spent a lot of time on the bottom. By mounting cameras on the animals, researchers saw for the first time that these whales were bottom-feeding.
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PRODUCER: Will Halicks
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Research conducted under NOAA permit #14245
Ari Friedlaender - University of California, Santa Cruz
Dave Wiley - Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary
Colin Ware - University of New Hampshire
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