Posted: December 20, 2012Dec. 19, 2012 — Humpback whales are famed for their songs, most often heard in breeding season when males are competing to mate with females. In recent years, however, reports of whale songs occurring outside traditional breeding grounds have become more common. A new study may help explain why.
Humpbacks sing for their supper -- or at least, they sing while they hunt for it.
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