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Most go out to avoid even the haze of the bark. But the team of scientists is now preparing to travel to the Antarctic territory for seven weeks. So they can collect blue whales, biodiversity, climate change and its impact.

The world's largest mammalian waste is testing a theory that plays a crucial role in maintaining the productivity of the Southern Ocean rather than previously believed.

"I would like to show whale ecology engineers," said Marine biologist Liverpool Ratnaraj of Liverpool University. "Protection campaigns are usually concentrated on their beauty, but it is not for everyone, and it's easy to save if these animals show how much donation they contribute to the work of the ocean.

Blue whales are in water

The study examines how blue whales contribute to the nutritional status of the Antarctic Ocean. Photograph: Franco Bonfi / Biophotto / Alamei

The number of blue whales in the 20th century dropped by 95%, but in 1966, they stabilized and partially recovered from a global ban on catches. It is estimated that between 10,000 and 35,000 Antarctic is present.

Until now, researchers have focused attention on breeding and migratory habits of these giant creatures. It is likely to be 30 meters long and weigh 200 tons – more than the biggest dinosaurs. But new research will consider how contributing to the nutritional status of the Antarctic Ocean.

Blue Whales are acting as an iron-rich marine fertilizer that stimulates the bacterial and phytoplanken growth in the oceans. The smallest surviving plant in Antarctica is the best biodegradable waste in carbon extraction. Without an organic and biomorphic reproduction, the relatively unmanned southern oceanic phytoplankton does not contain much of the grain food.

A new study will attempt to calculate the impacts and experimental theories that the whales can not separate in the polar ecosystem. Because other major migrants – penguins and emblems – remove the waste in the ice rather than washing the water, so they have the same nutritional benefits.

Tasmania's team, funded by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization and the Australian Antarctic Division, has collaborated with dozens of scientists on January 19 from Hobart. First they will help them identify the whales of the solar boules, after which the drones fly over and waittale orange plumes. It may take days.

Fuses that involve the mainly compressed crane initially flow to the surface. It flows down to the sea. In previous missions, researchers had to collect samples, but this time they still remain drunk to do dirty work.

"You do not want to fall into it, it's a fluid, scary scent," Ratnaraj said Tweet by tweets.

"Sometimes I think the worst job in the world is sometimes the best one for me."

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