28 Jun '16, 5am

A group of wildlife biologists take their tiny research base with them on expedition

A group of wildlife biologists take their tiny research base with them on expedition

A group of Canadian wildlife biologists is preparing for an expedition to study whale and dolphin species, and in addition to all the technical tools they will need, they are also bringing along their very own tiny house that will act as a mobile research base. The BigWhaleTinyHouse , built using donated components by several companies, including Atlas Roofing , is an energy-efficient mobile house that will withstand different environmental conditions throughout the duration of the expedition and help the team raise awareness about

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