They're called "killer whales" for a reason.
Woah, that's a full rainbow.
Research suggests that over millions of years, baleen whales’ filter system — and a hell of a lot of krill — allowed these beasts to grow into giants.
Prepare yourself for the whalepocalypse.
Sightings of True’s beaked whales are so rare that even the most devoted whale expert can go an entire career without ever seeing one in the wild.
More whales are stranding themselves to try and rescue their beached friends.
Hundreds of whales died overnight, and rescuers are now frantically working to save the dozens of remaining whales who are clinging to life.
Or so says a new theory from researchers at the University of Pisa.
It's not aliens. Well, it's probably not aliens. It still could be aliens, but don't get your hopes up.
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Unbelievable footage from Australia shows a whale calf as it desperately tries to free its mother from a sandbank. Read More >>
It’s offering new insights into the feeding and swimming behaviors of these aquatic beasts.
These talented pilots have had a whale-watching experience they’ll never forget, as you can see in this stunning video. See more >>
Humpback whales might be the living embodiment nature’s majesty, but when one gets close enough to crush you, it’s like you’re in the middle of some Godzilla monster flick. Read More >>
Say hello to the “Echo Hunter,” a 27 million-year-old toothed whale that’s helping scientists understand how these ancient sea creatures evolved the ability to hear high-frequencies underwater.
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