This Buoy Could Save Whales

November 30, 2016

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Photo Credit: ©Georgia Department of Natural Resources under NOAA permit #15488

Bobbing near the third busiest U.S. port, the acoustic buoy, dubbed Melville, may offer a new way to reduce the number ship strikes.

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