VIDEO: How to save the humpbacks' playground

By Melissa Fyfe
Updated January 12 2014 - 3:02am, first published January 11 2014 - 8:55pm

It's sunrise on a Kimberley cliff-top. All is quiet, bar some odd sounds: a thump, like the distant slam of a car door. And a far-off hiss, like letting-down tyres. The water has the answer. Across Pender Bay, the humpbacks are slapping their tails and pectoral fins and sighing from their blowholes, sending smoke-like white puffs into the dawn air.

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