How whales and dolphins may be harmed by new seismic airgun approval loading...
How whales and dolphins may be harmed by new seismic airgun approval
Conservationists are particularly worried about the North Atlantic right whale, a species verging on extinction.
Earwax reveals how humans have changed whales’ lives loading...
Earwax reveals how humans have changed whales’ lives
Hormones in earwax reveal how human activities, from whaling to war, have been stressing out whales for more than a century and a half.
Whale meat helped polar bears survive past warming loading...
Whale meat helped polar bears survive past warming
But chowing on whale carcasses today won't prevent an extinction crisis. Only saving sea ice will.
Time-lapse shows how 337 dead whales can reshape a landscape loading...
Time-lapse shows how 337 dead whales can reshape a landscape
The footage shows the fate of endangered sei whales that died in Patagonia in 2015, the largest die-off of baleens ever observed.
How Killer Whales Went from Hated, to Adored, to Endangered loading...
How Killer Whales Went from Hated, to Adored, to Endangered
The more we’ve learned about orcas, the more we love them. But can killer whales survive the dramatic changes to their world?
Can Today’s Whale Species Survive the Age of Humans? loading...
Can Today’s Whale Species Survive the Age of Humans?
We don’t even know how many whale species exist, so which will be winners and which losers is hard to guess.
Rise in Tailless Whale Sightings Has Scientists Concerned loading...
Rise in Tailless Whale Sightings Has Scientists Concerned
Experts say that entanglement in fishing gear and other objects is a likely cause for the gruesome injuries.
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.
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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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