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    Breathtaking Drone Video of Humpback Whales Gathering Near Shores of Kamchatka

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    On May 25, scientists arrived at the Kronotsky Nature Reserve on the coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula in order to conduct research on sea lions but found a group of 12 humpback whales.

    Every year humpbacks migrate to a rookery of Steller sea lions for rest and food.

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