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Description An aerial view of a bubble net created by feeding humpback whales off Cape Fanshaw, Alaska.
Source original at NMML Collection, NMFS/NOAA ( gallery, direct link); this version found in How do marine mammals use sound when feeding? ( direct link); Yet another version found in Marine Fisheries Review: The Humpback Whale.
Author J. Olson, NMFS/NOAA
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