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University of St Andrews scientists have been chosen to showcase their research at a Buckingham Palace 'Science Day'.
Ever wondered how scientists estimate the number of whales and other deep sea life, or the reality behind stories of sea monsters?
The University of St Andrews Sea Mammal Research Unit will showcase some of its most exciting and cutting-edge research next week at a prestigious event highlighting the best of British science.
Ships and aircraft will take to European waters next month as part of the largest ever international survey of whales, dolphins and porpoises.
CAPTION: The original sketch of the famous 1734 sighting of a 'most dreadful monster'.
CAPTION: A transient killer whale. CREDIT: Volker Deecke.