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The long migration of the humpback whales
The humpback whales enjoy a privileged place to mate and breed in the sea area of ​​the Austral Islands. Each year, they undertake migrations of more than 4,349 miles (7,000 km) from Antarctica to reach this protected area of ​​1,242 square miles (2,000 km²). Coastal, they are easily observable on their migration sites both during the feeding and breeding seasons.
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