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    • Kingdom of the Blue Whale

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      This is a documentary about really big mammals that can swim. Blue whales are the largest creatures to ever breathe on our planet. We know little about them. Their calls travel hundreds of miles, but we can barely hear them. They eat thousands of pounds of food every day, and we don’t know how they find it. Although they may live as long as we do, we only guess at how they meet or when they mate. If we’re to protect them, we must answer one of the biggest questions of all: Where are blue whales born? A handful of experts launches into the unknown. Hundreds of miles off-shore, in remote and dangerous waters, they hope to find what they’ve never seen. A baby blue whale.

       

      This documentary is a feature on a group of blue whale scientists who goes on a mission to understand this particular whale population. They go through depths and currents to gather DNA analysis and other samples to supplement their expedition.

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      Published on May 19, 2009 · Filed under: Biology, Environment
    • a fan

      this bugged me enough to point out the obvious – whales are not fish! keep up the good work

    • Documentary Log

      An obvious mistake on my part, but thanks for pointing that out

    • Jordan

      interesting documentary thank you

    • Elle

      Beautiful…..I loved.

    • Sid

      Beautifully done…I agree. SAVE OUR WHALES!

    • Branson

      My good friend told me about this documentary…So glad she Did!!!

    • Flich

      This is indeed a fabulous documentary. Now I wanna see a whale… :/

      There was only one thing that bugs me. I get the impression that a lot of those shipboard scenes were very staged.

      Btw, why is it that the site always tells me I've entered the wrong security code (when it's obviously right) the first time I enter it, and then tells me I got it right the second time I enter it?

    • rex

      this was an amazinng video i loooove whales and think they're A-MAZ-ING!! any other vids like this are definatly worth watching!