Olivia Capeillere crossed the Atlantic to follow her passion for the titans that inhabit the St. Lawrence. As a naturalist for the GREMM, she succeeds in combining her interests in communication and marine biology. Follow her from the Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre (CIMM) to the observation site at Pointe-Noire to watch belugas.

The video is 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 Olivia Capeillere

Original music by Guillaume Guilbault

Graphic design by Laurence Fontaine

A GREMM production

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View other episodes:

Cap sur les baleines, épisode 1: Hugues Durocher

Cap sur les baleines, épisode 2: Marie Guilpin

Cap sur les baleines, épisode 3: Simon Gauthier

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