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‘Whale Super Highway’ (Trailer)

The Humpback whale, which was hunted to the brink of extinction, has managed to make one of the greatest comebacks ever on the whale super highway. A 6,500km route down the coast of Western
Australia from the north, to their feeding grounds in Antarctica. Today, Western Australia has the largest population of migratory Humpbacks in the world, seeing well over 35,000 of the mammals travel this stretch of water annually. It’s a story of tremendous success, yet the secrets of their recovery from endangerment are murky. In Whale Super Highway, marine biologists follow these majestic creatures on their migratory journey, in search of answers.