Good question. I asked the same thing when I was looking into this topic. Not all cetaceans migrate. Younger whales, for example, do not travel as far as older whales since they can’t reproduce..instead, they hang back and feed off the animals that are left in the colder areas of water where they are.
Atlantic bottlenose wouldn’t usually migrate, but rather they follow schools of fish. When it came to the vaquita, they are definetely on the one end of the spectrum: the whole population is located within an 900 square mile area, making them quite “still” compared to most cetaceans.
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