Drones used to study sick killer whales in Antarctica

Drones used to study sick killer whales in Antarctica

In this edition of Mark Phillips’ Climate Diaries, the CBS News correspondent follows a group of researchers chasing killer whales in Antarctica. They are using new technology, including drones, to learn about the health of the ocean’s top predator. Phillips shows how the ocean dwellers are experiencing the effects of climate change.

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