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Whales Approach New York City

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Whales Approach New York City

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Whales Approach New York City

Whales Approach New York City

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Scientists say they've recorded whale calls within commuting distance of New York City. Christopher Clark, director of the Bioacoustic Research Program at Cornell University's Lab of Ornithology, shares the program's findings and some of the whale sounds.

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