Killer Whales Attacked a Blue Whale—Here's the Surprising Reason Why loading...
Killer Whales Attacked a Blue Whale—Here's the Surprising Reason Why
A pod of orcas was seen conducting a synchronised attack on the world's largest animal, and they were probably not doing it for food.
6 Tips for Better Wildlife Encounters loading...
6 Tips for Better Wildlife Encounters
Experiences with animals can be exhilarating, uplifting, and educational, but they can also be dangerous—for you and the wildlife. Here's how to make the activities sustainable and safe.
6 Fierce Animal Mums That Go to Extremes For Their Young loading...
6 Fierce Animal Mums That Go to Extremes For Their Young
For Mother's Day, we take a look at some of nature's dedicated mamas—which even includes octopuses and spiders.
Get an Amazing Whale's-Eye View Underneath Antarctica loading...
Get an Amazing Whale's-Eye View Underneath Antarctica
Cameras attached to humpback whales are giving researchers fresh insight into a rapidly changing Southern Ocean.
Watch the World’s Biggest Animal Lunge for its Dinner loading...
Watch the World’s Biggest Animal Lunge for its Dinner
Drone footage taken near New Zealand shows how blue whales lunge and feed on some of the ocean's smallest creatures.
Killing of Orcas in Front of Tourists Could Spell End of Whaling for Island Nation loading...
Killing of Orcas in Front of Tourists Could Spell End of Whaling for Island Nation
Two orcas harpooned in front of a group of whale watchers puts a spotlight on St. Vincent's controversial whaling practice.
14 Jaw-Dropping Pictures of Whales loading...
14 Jaw-Dropping Pictures of Whales
From a killer whale on the hunt to narwhals touching tusks, we look at some of the most stunning photographs of marine giants.
Bacteria That Cause Human Diseases Found in Orca Blowholes loading...
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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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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