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Pandemic Effects Reach Ocean Depths

A mother and calf humpback whale swim in the Exmouth Gulf in Western Australia.
A mother and calf humpback whale swim in the Exmouth Gulf in Western Australia.

The global pandemic has led to a decline in ship traffic around the world, which means the oceans are quieter, given marine mammals a break from human activity.

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