Every corner of the world's oceans — from pole to pole and sea surface to seafloor — will undergo changes associated with global climate change.
Sound blasts from a survey vessel were likely behind a 2008 whale death incident in Madagascar. Continue reading →
Clumps of squid beaks sticking out of clay in Italy's Umbrian badlands may be the first fossilized ambergris, or whale poo, ever found.
Shipwrecks are remarkably well preserved in the Antarctic, but dead whales tend to disappear there. Scientists have just found out why. Continue reading →
The killer whales of Puget Sound are one of a kind. Continue reading →
Take a young orca from its mother, keep it isolated in a pool and make it turn tricks for fish. The end result is a killer whale. Continue reading →
Migaloo, the famous white humpback whale, has an equally white companion. Continue reading →
Is the sighting of a gray whale off Namibia a sign of climate change? Continue reading →
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