Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Humpback-Whales-in-Antarctica-27MZIFJ8O4SG7.htmlConceptually similarMarion Cotillard & Gustaf Skarsgård in Antarctica - ClipreelGP0STUH0HCompleted★★★★★★Marion Cotillard and Gustaf Skarsgård in Antarctica - Science ClipreelGP0STUKROCompleted★★★★Antarctic Wildlife and Scenics - ClipreelGP1SU26ACompleted★★★★Humpback Whales in Southern Ocean GP03II6Completed★★★★★★Edge of the World Web DocumentaryGP1SU2CTCompleted★★★★★Edge of the World Web Documentary (CLEAN)GP1SU2EICompleted★★★★Edge of the World Web Documentary (ENG SUBS)GP1SU2ESCompleted★★★★Scientific Research in Antarctica - ClipreelGP0STUI9PCompleted★★★★Preparation for Penguin Research on Elephant Island - ClipreelGP0STUI1JCompleted★★★★★★★View AllGP0STUOIJHumpback Whales in AntarcticaHumpback whales approach a Greenpeace RHIB off Cuverville Island during whale identification and hydrophone work in the Errera Channel, Antarctica.(See transcript for more information)Greenpeace is back in the Antarctic on the last stage of the ‘Protect the Oceans’ Expedition, with a group of scientists to investigate and document the impacts the climate crisis is already having in this area.(This picture was taken in 2020 during the Antarctic leg of the Pole to Pole expedition under the Dutch permit number RWS-2019/40813)Locations:AntarcticaDate:30 Jan, 2020Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:16m57sAudio format:NaturalKeywords:Camera equipment-Flukes-Global Positioning System Receiver (GPS)-Greenpeace crew-Greenpeace inflatables-Humpback whales-KWCI (GPI)-MY Arctic Sunrise-Nature-Oceans (campaign title)-Research-Scientists-Underwater shots-Whale watchingShoot:Protect the Oceans Expedition: Antarctic MY Arctic Sunrise Tour - Leg 1 (Videos)Greenpeace is back in the Antarctic on the last stage of the Protect the Oceans Expedition, a year long pole to pole tour. We have teamed up with a group of scientists to investigate and document the impacts the climate crisis is already having in this area.