Whales Travel Each Year From Antarctica To South Africa

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One of the species that will be protected by the park is the southern wright whale. South Africa has a close connection to the whales. Each year they travel from Antarctic waters to the warmer waters of Hermanus in South Africa - to give birth. And that migration saw rise to the Hermanus Whale Festival, currently under way in the town. CCTV's Travers Andrews has that story.
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