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This Week in Whales: Confirmation of Two Bryde's Whale Subspecies; False Killer Whales and Bottlenose Dolphins Working Together; Canadian Scientists Baffled Over North Atlantic Right Whales...

Zak Smith

Posted October 9, 2013 in Reviving the World's Oceans, Saving Wildlife and Wild Places

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News in the world of whales this week (or close to it):

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Meanwhile, this week in Wales…

Officials have felled 500 acres of ancient forest due to the spread of a fungus-like disease, undermining seven years of work to restore the historic Wentwood Forest to natural broadleaf woodland. Ugh.

Photo Credit: NOAA

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