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Right-handed blue whales go left to keep an eye on the prize

A blue whale in the waters of Southern California

Even though Blue Whales don't have hands, or even feet, a new study has shown that most of them are in fact right-handed. This can be seen in the way that they feed. Interestingly, however, there's one particular situation in which they tend to go left instead.

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Category: Biology

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  • Oregon State University
  • UCSC
  • Whale
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