Study links Antarctica's sea ice to rise of baleen whales

04/19/2013 | New Scientist

Antarctica's frozen waters may have helped baleen whales evolve, according to a study published in the journal Science. A team of researchers studied fossilized organisms and discovered a link between the changing ecosystem, the increase of sea ice in the South Pole and the rise of baleen whales to feed on the population of plankton.

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