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Jan 10, 2013


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Lucia Venet

After watching this video again the one thing that captured my heart was how much effort was going on with this pod of whales, again confirming their intelligence. I'm not a biologist but aside from the obvious need for air, I wonder if the frantic swimming and constant motion was also a way to keep the ice from closing in on them as if instinctively knowing that constant motion was their only chance at survival aside from human intervention to aid them in the massive effort to be free. If any biologist, scientist out there can share their views it would be very much appreciated not just by me but a world that was very concerned for their wellbeing and freedom. Thank you.

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