Polar bears are seen eating dolphins for the first time ever, a sign that their diet is expanding. Continue reading →
A turducken of a find reveals a massive shark that ate a big whale that ate a smaller whale. Continue reading →
The behemoths' flight response to ships involves freezing and slowly sinking, not exactly conducive to avoiding collisions. Continue reading →
Dolphins living in closer proximity take a small-town approach to their neighbors: chattier and friendlier. Continue reading →
Did you know a gray whale swims 14,000 miles when it migrates? How far do other animals travel?
The remotely controlled vehicle on a Nautilus Live expedition spies the largest toothed predator on the planet.
A female western gray whale swam from Russia to Mexico and back again.
The juvenile female is only the second sighting in Australia and one of the few globally of the species.
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