Underwater Vehicule to Listen to Whales

Photo: WHOI
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) in 2006 use passive acoustic recorders in an ocean glider, a type of Autonomous Underwater Vehicule (AUV) that looks like a large model airplane and can work at depths of more than 1,000 meters (about 3,300 feet).

Bowheads, aka. Greenland right whales, can live to 200

Photograph by Paul Nicklen/NGS

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