Old Tom's DNA used in ground-breaking killer whale research

Amandine Ahrens
Updated September 22 2022 - 2:52pm, first published 2:00pm
Australian killer whale geneticist and researcher Isabella Reeves takes DNA samples from Old Tom in Eden to help her in ground-breaking research about killer whales. Photo: Angela George
Australian killer whale geneticist and researcher Isabella Reeves takes DNA samples from Old Tom in Eden to help her in ground-breaking research about killer whales. Photo: Angela George

Eden's iconic killer whale known as Old Tom has travelled to Norway - or at least a small part of him has - where his DNA will play an important part in ground-breaking research.

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Amandine Ahrens

Amandine Ahrens

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I've grown up in the Bega Valley and I'm a regional daily news reporter on the Far South Coast of NSW. Got a story? Get in touch: 0436 426 843 or email amandine.ahrens@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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