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New York's acoustic buoy detects first whale species

After being deployed last month, the buoy quickly started picking up the sounds of fin whales

Last month, an acoustic monitoring Buoy was put in place in the New York Bight, listening out for sounds from some of the world's largest mammals. A joint project between the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and the Wildlife Conservation Society's New York Aquarium, the buoy has already picked up sounds from a heard of fin whales – the second largest whale species on the planet.

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Category: Environment

  • Whale
  • Conservation
  • New York
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