Researchers that mounted “bird cams” on Black-browed Albatross have discovered some albatrosses actively follow Killer Whales, possibly to feed on food scraps. The research is here and here is an article for non-ornithologists.
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Or, if you’d like something in between, there’s a post at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s blog with a few extra pictures and a bit more birdy information… http://bit.ly/2eWdLQ
I am just not very happy that this kind of research was conducted by the Japanese. It is usually a bad sign if the Japanese are doing research on animals of the sea – any animals of the sea.