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Ship Noise Stresses Whales

rightwhale.jpgA new research paper confirms for the first time that low-frequency ship noise contributes to chronic stress in endagered North Atlantic Right Whales. Scott Kraus of the New England Aquarium explains how researchers gathered the evidence in the days following September 11, 2001. (photo courtesy of the Aquarium)

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