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This is a really interesting question. Based on what I'm reading online the answer is no, not as far as we know. Bears, mountain lions, and other species have been noted to follow tracks but this is commonly thought to be due to following the smell an animal leaves behind, not the visual cue itself. This similar question on Quora has a discussion of this ...


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From personal experience, I can attest to the fact that whales will hang out on the surface. Additionally, some species are more known among researchers/observers for this behavior. Kogia species (dwarf and pygmy sperm whales) are notorious for logging, for example. This study from Hawaii mentions that dwarf sperm whales spent a considerable amount of time ...


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