Decades-long research of the southern right whale reveals normal calving times every three years has increased to four to five years

An endangered whale species found off Australia’s southern coast is calving less often, a decades-long research project has revealed.

The southern right whale usually calf every three years but a Curtin University-led study has found the majority of whales are having an offspring every four to five years.

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