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Some barnacles and lice have figured out the comfortable habitat offered by the living bodies of dolphins and whales.
Polar bears are seen eating dolphins for the first time ever, a sign that their diet is expanding. Continue reading →
The governing body of Japan's zoos and aquariums used to get its dolphins from the controversial and bloody hunt.
At least 158 dolphins in captivity were caught from the wild after being corralled into a bay or beach and then snatched by fisherman to be sold later.
The giant squid's imposing size and fearsome appearance has long cast them as predatory monsters in human imaginations and fictional depictions.
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 →
The remotely controlled vehicle on a Nautilus Live expedition spies the largest toothed predator on the planet.
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