Val Zavala examines the growing movement of people choosing to live in tiny spaces.
But first, the Pacific's massive blue whales have been coming far closer to shore than is usual. The reason? Their main source of food, tiny shrimp-like krill is edging closer to land as well. Seeing so many blue whales close to shore is certainly a delight for sightseers, but for the whales, the search for food could be the equivalent of dining on the 405 freeway. Southern California is home to the busiest shipping port in the country, and more whales than ever are being slaughtered by the ships passing above them. Why is this happening, and what can be done to save the whales?
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