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Bacteria That Cause Human Diseases Found in Orca Blowholes
Scientists have found yet another way human beings may be hurting killer whales: Infectious diseases spilling into marine waters from land are showing up in their breath.
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Mysterious Whale Swarms Perplexing Scientists
"Super-groups" of up to 200 humpback whales—a normally solitary species—are gathering off South Africa.
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Watch the Elaborate Courtship of Three Grey Whales
Rare video footage captured off the coast of California shows three grey whales engaged in complex mating rituals.
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82 Dolphins Die in Mysterious Mass Stranding
Researchers don’t yet know what caused the animals to beach themselves.
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Japanese Ship Has Killed A Whale In Australian Waters
Photos released by Sea Shepherd show a dead minke whale on the deck of a ship allegedly in Australian waters.
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Why Tilikum, SeaWorld's Killer Orca, Was Infamous
The killer whale that drowned three people inspired a movement to end captivity. He died in Orlando last week.
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Controversial SeaWorld Orca Shows End in California, but Continue Elsewhere
The company is phasing out its killer whale entertainment shows in response to a new law and pressure from the public, though the change is gradual.
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World's Oldest Known Orca Presumed Dead
J2, the killer whale known as Granny, avoided being sold to a marine park in the 1960s and went on to lead a pod of orcas for another half century.
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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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