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The MICS research team had a rare encounter with two female right whales on August 19th, 2018. As the sun was setting on a calm day in the St. Lawrence, we came across a pair that was exhibiting behaviour typical of surface-active groups (SAG). This behaviour has been well-documented in North Atlantic right whales, and has been linked to mating behaviour, as well as play and social bonding.

Thanks to our collaborators at TerreSky for capturing the footage and editing the video.


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