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Sleeping humpbacks

Humpback whales moor themselves in kelp forests close to shore so that they can sleep. Sleep for a humpback whale involves resting one half of their brain at a time, meaning they do not sleep in the same way that we do. Cameraman Gordon Buchanan reveals this incredible behaviour at night using special camera equipment.


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