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Creator's note Tyler Martin!

When a whale sticks its head up out of the water for a look around up top, that’s called "spy hopping". Every winter, much of the water surrounding Antarctica is frozen, when warmer weather comes, the ice starts to break up forming channels of water between large sheets of ice. Orcas often swim up these channels in pursuit of prey such as giant Antarctic cod.

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