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Talks are underway to establish the first ever sea sanctuary for whales and dolphins, with Vancouver as one possible location.
Filmmaker Patrick Dykstra's footage highlights the sheer size of the gentle aquatic giants.
The animal's populations have recovered so well from years of devastating whaling that they could be delisted as a threatened species.
When a killer whale off British Columbia became stranded on jagged rocks, a boater got creative and rigged a water pump to keep the animal wet.
When dolphins dive deep below the water's surface, they avoid decompression sickness likely because the massive sea creatures have collapsible lungs.
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.
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