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Orcas win again.
What is so great about whales? According to #11 in Grist’s Oceans 15 series, it’s their poop.
The World Cetacean Alliance (WCA) launched a new initiative to acknowledge destinations around the world that champion responsible whale and dolphin watching.
The population increase of humpback whales in Australia is “among the highest documented worldwide.”
“It seems that for fin whales, things are probably improving. For blue whales, it’s a little bit harder to tell.”
Watch humpbacks feed, play, and sing in this spectacular 3D film.
Tomorrow, June 6th, is the third annual Empty the Tanks event.
A study published last month revealed that it takes more energy for dolphins to communicate with each other in noisy waters.
“This discovery underscores how little we know about even the basic anatomy of the largest animals alive in the oceans today.”
A new study provides the “most comprehensive picture of the evolutionary history of baleen whales” to date.
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