Let’s just park the latest case numbers for a moment and look at something beautiful and heart-warming instead.
Southern right whales migrate from Antarctica each year to breed and calve in waters off the Australian east coast from about May until September or October, with the peak around now.
This year, citizen scientists have captured spectacular footage of southern right whales, using drones to capture headshots of the endangered mammal – of which there are less than 300 left in Australia’s south-east.
You can watch the footage and read the full article, written by Lisa Cox for the Guardian here.
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