TRAVEL Trouble in Australia's Humpback Whale Paradise as tourists dry up

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Trouble in Australia's Humpback Whale Paradise as tourists dry up

Xinhua

09:47, October 10, 2020

Every year, mother and calf humpback whales use Jervis Bay as a rest-stop on their journey between breeding grounds in the north, and Antarctica where they spend the summer feeding. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Every year, mother and calf humpback whales use Jervis Bay as a rest-stop on their journey between breeding grounds in the north, and Antarctica where they spend the summer feeding. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Every year, mother and calf humpback whales use Jervis Bay as a rest-stop on their journey between breeding grounds in the north, and Antarctica where they spend the summer feeding. [Photo provided to China Daily]

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