Marie Guilpin crossed the Atlantic to study the whales of the St. Lawrence. As a Ph.D. student in oceanography in Rimouski, she spends her summers in Tadoussac tagging the large rorquals that inhabit the cold waters of the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park. Follow Marie in the footsteps of these giants in their search for krill.

The video is only in French:

Cap sur les baleines is a webseries presenting whales through the eyes of those who encounter them on a daily basis. In each episode, enter a new universe, discover a new approach to these giants that inhabit the St. Lawrence.

Directed by Mathilde Michaud

Starring Marie Guilpin

Original music by William Guilbault

Graphic design by Laurence Fontaine

A GREMM production

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View other episodes:

Cap sur les baleines, Episode 1: Hugues Durocher

Cap sur les baleines, Episode 3: Simon Gauthier

Cap sur les baleines, Episode 4: Olivia Capeillere

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