Australian Kids Learn About Blue Whales

We get requests from around the world at Pacific WildLife for information, advice, and much more. These requests include advice on stories for documentary films, science collaborations and advice, and education information. We try to respond promptly to everyone between carrying out our own projects.

The other day, we received letters from about 30 students at an elementary school in Australia. They were intrigued about the blue whale. What I found particularly fun was that most of the students drew a whale on their letter. I contacted their teacher to ask if I could include them on our blog which she has agreed. Take a look at the budding artists from Australia. Maybe some of them will become young marine biologists pursuing a career researching blue whales. Thanks to all the kids who sent us their art work. We will be in touch soon.


About rob butler

I am a scientist, author and naturalist with over four decades of field study of wild animals. You can read more at my web site at
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