How a blue whale named Isabella helped scientists discover secret whale-migration patterns

There are not that many blue whales left on Earth—perhaps some 10,000, by one estimate—and scientists still know relatively little about them. Now, with help from Isabella, an eastern south Pacific blue whale, scientists are a big step closer to determining where many of these creatures go during their breeding season.

Isabella has traveled at least once from her home feeding grounds on the Chilean coast to the equatorial waters of the Galapagos. The researchers who documented her...

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