From the depths of the ocean to the surface of the ocean, humpback whales provide a stunning spectacle. In the warm waters off Brazil, they swim to the rhythm of their song. The melody, the language of seduction, is typical of the mating period but remains rare to observe, as scientists explain. According to them, with the coronavirus, the behavior of humpback whales has changed: “With the drop in maritime traffic and the sound frequencies emitted by humans, the whales’ environment is calmer, it is as if the coronavirus crisis has given nature a breath.“
A fauna that benefits from the confinement of men
Wildlife reclaims its rights and offers breathtaking images. In Australia, killer whales attack a multi-ton whale. In Montreal, in the St. Lawrence, the sea monster appeared only a few dozen meters from the coast: scientists had never seen it.
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