Baby Blue

See it for yourself, the first baby blue whale ever caught on film. A clip from National Geographic’s groundbreaking story with OSU researcher Bruce Mate and his colleague, John Calambokidis of Cascadia Research Cooperative, is at http://oregonstate.edu/home/stories/index.php?story=bruce-mate. If you’re a student of whales or just fascinated by them, see “Tracking the Great Whales” about Bruce […]


Houtman

April 1, 2009

See it for yourself, the first baby blue whale ever caught on film. A clip from National Geographic’s groundbreaking story with OSU researcher Bruce Mate and his colleague, John Calambokidis of Cascadia Research Cooperative, is at http://oregonstate.edu/home/stories/index.php?story=bruce-mate.

If you’re a student of whales or just fascinated by them, see “Tracking the Great Whales” about Bruce Mate’s work.

Nick Houtman

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