Sharks & Whales Working Together In Baitball Muster

28 Sep 2017 0

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The NSW Department of Primary Industries released this crazy helicopter footage from the Forster-Tuncurry area this week. A whale and sharks working together to muster a giant baitball just metres from the shore. 

Whale migration on the east coast of Australia takes part between April and November. During that time they make their way up to the sub-tropical waters of northern Australia to have their babies before heading back down to the Antartic waters for summer. 

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