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The Mystery Around the Alleged Russian Spy Whale Keeps Deepening
Per new reports, the beluga’s
career may be something much more altruistic.
Can This Orca Baby Break the Curse?
An orca family has finally had a calf survive after four very unlucky years!
Beatles of the Sea: Belugas Invite Narwhal to Boys-Only Sex Party
Like John Lennon and Paul McCartney before them, this group of belugas and their one narwhal friend have bonded by playing “social, sexual games.”
May We Be Inspired by Mother Whale Who Carried Her Dead Calf Across the Ocean
A tale of love, loss, and a mother’s will has come to a close.
How to Exfoliate Like a Whale
The ultimate in natural beauty.
Whales and Dolphins Also Love to Get Drunk on Gossip
Turns out humans aren’t the only messy mammals who live for drama.
This Giant Group of Whales Is Definitely Up to Something
Humpback whales, which usually travel solo, are currently gathering en masse — and leaving scientists stumped.
This Video Shows a Rare Whale Species Only a Few People on Earth Have Seen
The footage was taken on a student trip near the Azores islands.
Scientists Finally Figured Out Why Whales Do Awesome Leaps Into the Air
Now that’s a data breach.
One Way to Make Captive Whales Happier: Let Them ‘Skype’ Other Whales
A new paper argues that a sort of long-distance whale-chat system would improve the animals’ social lives.
The One Wedding-Photo Trend You Never Knew You Wanted
Whales Cling to the Bodies of Their Dead Loved Ones
A new study adds a sad item to the long list of reasons whales are fascinating, complex creatures.
Deep in the Ocean Lies the Loneliest, Horniest Mammal on Planet Earth
World’s Loneliest Whale May in Fact Be the World’s Horniest Whale
just made this weird.
So, It Turns Out Some Whales Have Regional Accents
Much like people in different regions of the same country, groups of whales have their own distinct calls.