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Blue whales are among the Pacific predators whose large-scale movements have been tracked. They dine on small crustaceans called krill, and, like some “nomadic” African lions, migrate to where their prey is seasonally abundant.

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Blue whales are among the Pacific predators whose large-scale movements have been tracked. They dine on small crustaceans called krill, and, like some “nomadic” African lions, migrate to where their prey is seasonally abundant.

Mike Johnson/earthwindow.com

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Blue whales are among the Pacific predators whose large-scale movements have been tracked. They dine on small crustaceans called krill, and, like some “nomadic” African lions, migrate to where their prey is seasonally abundant.

Mike Johnson/earthwindow.com
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