The winners are in for a new international photographic competition celebrating excellence in all disciplines of underwater photography.
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Mass beachings of whales look like a collective suicide pact come to fruition among the giant creatures of the sea. But science has a few more realistic, less self-destructive ideas about why they may head for shore.
A new film captures the beauty of these massive mammals -- and the difficulty in filming them.
Skulls of at least some baleen whales have acoustic properties that capture the energy of low frequencies and direct it to their ear bones.
A paddle boarder went out in search of an encounter with orcas and got his wish when a peaceful pod interacted with him.
Despite their incredible adaptations to being underwater, animals such as dolphins and seals are physiologically challenged by holding their breath while exercising.
A state wildlife volunteer is able to capture video footage of the little-seen marine mammal.
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