Adult whale breaching out of the water. Half of it's body is out of the water. Both pectoral fins are raised. The head is at the highest point, as it is jumping out of the water. breath vapour is visible.

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Adult whale breaching out of the water. Half of it's body is out of the water. Both pectoral fins are raised. The head is at the highest point, as it is jumping out of the water. breath vapour is visible.

Photo by: Marnie Griffiths

Marnie Griffiths

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A Swedish company has created a new anti-hangover pill that reduces the short-term effects of drinking, whale poop is helping our ocean’s ecosystems, and a recent drought in Texas revealed the footprints from a dinosaur over 100 million years ago.

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