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Playful whales can use seaweed as a hat – or exfoliant. This "kelping" behaviour is more common than we realised

By Olaf Meynecke, Research Fellow in Marine Science, Griffith University
If a whale comes across a patch of kelp, it may well start playing with it. This practice may also be useful to rid whales of unwanted passengers.The Conversation

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