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Do humpback whales eat capelin?

Asked: Tom Lures, Date Created:

They have estimated the enormous numbers, over 2 million tons, of capelin that humpbacks consume. ... And, since the whaling moratorium, humpback numbers have increased while fish stocks have not.

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