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For the first time, scientists have used an unmanned aerial vehicle to photograph killer whales from above.
The news excites researchers, who know little about an animal that spends much of its time diving at depth far from shore.
Gentle giant drifts and naps, offering rare peek at the sleep life of the enormous creature.
Orcas that have been socialized with dolphins mimic the sounds they make.
Handful of swimmers ferried to shore after being corralled and slapped by the large adult mammal.
Dolphins can now add magnetic sense to their already impressive resume of abilities, new research suggests.
Once thought to be pointless and on the evolutionary fast track to disappearance, new research has given the whale pelvis bone a new lease on life.
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 →
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