Things that go bump in the night may not be ghosts after all.
California blue whales have just become the first whales to recover their population numbers after whaling, which nearly drove the marine mammals to extinction. Continue reading â†’
Animals that look very similar to the mushrooms you find in salads and on pizza have been found living in the deep sea. Continue reading â†’
A video shot during a fishing trip off of Ketchikan, Alaska, purportedly shows an orca flicking a sea lion some 20 feet in the air with its tail. Continue reading â†’
Sharks have a reputation for being loners, but many are actually very social with each other.
The most extensive genetic study ever conducted on whale sharks reveals that they exist in two populations worldwide, and that their fairly recent population boom is a thing of the past. Continue reading â†’
A new dolphin species has just been named, but it figures that we are already killing it--in many cases due to our fear of sharks. Continue reading â†’
Nuclear bomb testing from the 50s and 60s had at least one perk: it's enabling scientists now to learn that many sharks are much older. Continue reading â†’
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