Nature Live Online: The Surprising Science of Whale Earwax

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What can a whale's earwax tell us about its life, health and habitat?

According to two recent studies, the answer is an awful lot. On World Nature Conservation day, join Museum Curator Richard Sabin to discover some of the fascinating ways we study whales, and how vital museum collections are helping us to understand and conserve these magnificent mammals. 

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