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.
Half-ton boulder with fossilized remains is hauled up to street level by elbow grease, ingenuity, and a ropes-and-pulleys system.
A new dolphin species has just been named, but it figures that we are already killing it--in many cases due to our fear of sharks. Continue reading →
The feeding grounds of blue whales along the U.S. West Coast overlap dangerously with shipping lanes, placing the behemoths in danger of collisions with ships.
Hunt is the first since the U.N.'s top court ordered Tokyo to stop killing the animals in the Antarctic.
The sociable whales showed up in waters not frequented by the species in 18 years.
Dolphins produce an eyebrow-raising amount of power, much more than Olympic athletes. Continue reading →
A mysterious marine monster washed ashore in New Zealand last week -- and it's not the first time. DNA analysis provides some answers. Continue reading →
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