Whale Blubber Experiment Many animals live their lives in extreme weather conditions. Blue whales, for example, migrate between warm breeding waters and cold feeding waters near Antarctica and in the Arctic. How do whales and other animals stay warm in very cold water and climates? Find out with this easy science demonstration that uses only common household items.
Planning on your next vacation trip? Want to go Whale Watching? Australia is considered to be one of the best places to see whales in the world. The most common sighted whales is - humpbacks. However, there is also the chance to ascertain other species, like blue whales, dwarf minke whales and southern right whales from several spots along Australia's outline. # We Educate Travellers for More Productive, Efficient and Safer Travel! http://intelligenttravel.com.au/