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We all know that rainbows appear before our eyes when a mist of water acts like a prism and reflects sunlight by dividing its rays into their full spectrum of visible colors. We also know that whales come up for air when at sea -- they're mammals, after all -- but not without first exhaling [...]
This is your opportunity to commandeer a killer whale. Not only does the Killer Whale Submarine bear a resemblance to orcas, it breaches and submerges just like one too. The two-person submarine protects those inside with a watertight half-inch-thick acrylic canopy. Two levers control the pectoral ...
A donation of art turned into a court case, a police force up in arms and millions of dollars at stake. Clearly we are talking about nothing else but California's famous "whale tail" license plate. How could these seemingly random things come together to create such turmoil? Blame the famous fluke'...
Narwhals, known as unicorns of the sea, are helping scientists track warming sea water temperatures in the Arctic.
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