Why 150 Whales May Have Beached In Western Australia loading...
Why 150 Whales May Have Beached In Western Australia
Wildlife officials are still studying why the event happened, but theories range from sickness to fleeing ship sonar.
Unsolved Science Mysteries From 2017 loading...
Unsolved Science Mysteries From 2017
Here are some puzzlers that still have experts scratching their heads.
Mysterious Blue Whale Behaviour Likely Filmed For First Time loading...
Mysterious Blue Whale Behaviour Likely Filmed For First Time
Drone footage may have captured a mysterious courtship behaviour by the world's largest animal.
What’s Making Duck Sounds in the Ocean? Mystery Solved loading...
What’s Making Duck Sounds in the Ocean? Mystery Solved
Sonar has detected these strange sounds since the 1960s, but no one knew the source of the noise- until now.
Where to Watch Whales in Sydney loading...
Where to Watch Whales in Sydney
Now is the best time to spot them!
In Unprecedented Loss, Endangered Whales Die of Mysterious Cause loading...
In Unprecedented Loss, Endangered Whales Die of Mysterious Cause
An estimated 500 North Atlantic right whales exist globally, making the recent deaths even more alarming.
Stranded Beluga Whale Flown Back to Sea loading...
Stranded Beluga Whale Flown Back to Sea
Rescuers flew the whale to safety after it spent roughly two weeks up river with no signs of leaving on its own.
New Ocean Reserve, Largest in Africa, Protects Whales and Turtles loading...
New Ocean Reserve, Largest in Africa, Protects Whales and Turtles
Gabon’s announcement also restricts overfishing and may help with climate resilience.
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Two Australian marine biologists are on an epic scientific expedition in Western Australia’s stunning Kimberley region to capture the birth of a Humpback Whale calf on camera for the very first time.

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