Michele Sousa

Senior Marine Mammal Biologist, Aquarium of the Pacific

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Senior marine mammal biologist at the Aquarium of the Pacific

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Blue whales are the largest animals ever to live on Earth, and 40 years ago they were almost extinct.

Blue Whales Congregate off the Sothern California Coast

Blue whales are the largest animals ever to live on Earth, and 40 years ago they were almost extinct.

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