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A Sperm Whale surfacing off New Zealand
Edition 41, February 2017

Hi,

Many years ago, I took the photo (above) on a trip off Kaikoura in New Zealand. A few years on and I was working on a research vessel in the Gulf of Mexico when a researcher identified this very individual from its tail shape. It was a male that had lived in the deep ocean canyon there for many many years.

In much the same way, David Donnelly and his colleagues, have catalogued the Killer Whales of Eastern Australia. This amazing work includes pictures of all the individual whales photographed to date and it's available for you to download for free!

Also in this edition, we're excited to introduce you to a new small ship cruise portfolio, which is the most comprehensive in the world.

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In the mean time, enjoy reading about the mysterious Sperm Whales. On Sunday, we're off to Indonesia where we will specifically listen for and track them with our guests - but more on that in a later edition!

Best wishes and safe travels,

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Simon Mustoe
Founder, Wildiaries

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FREE DOWNLOAD: Killer Whales of Eastern Australia

Killer Whales Australia started in 1994 as the Southern Ocean Orca Database and since broadened its scope to include the whole of Australia. Due to the transient nature of Australia’s killer whale population(s), it relies almost exclusively on accepting sightings information and images from ...

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Meet the largest predatory animal that ever lived on Earth

Photo by David Donnelly

Sperm Whales are as alien to our environment as we are to their deep ocean home. Here’s an animal that routinely travels to places less well mapped than the surface of the moon, where water pressure is crushing and sunlight never seeps ...

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Sperm Whale videos

These two videos from YouTube are brilliant accounts of Sperm Whale behaviour. The first is from a remote operated vehicle (ROV) 600m deep in the Gulf of Mexico. The second is from the Azores where scientists attempted to attach a camera to diving Sperm Whales. It's only been in recent years that technology has given us the slightest glimpse into the private lives of these amazingly sophisticated and supremely evolved animals.

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The Zookeepers Wife

Release date, 4 May 2017

The Zookeeper's Wife tells the account of keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, Antonina and Jan Zabinski, who helped save hundreds of people and animals during the Nazi invasion.

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