Brian Skerry

National Geographic explorer and photographer, author of “Secrets of the Whales”

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"Some of the latest and greatest science about whales was showing that, like humans, they have rich cultures.

Inside the secret culture of whales, from favorite foods to family names

"Some of the latest and greatest science about whales was showing that, like humans, they have rich cultures.

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