Whalers and researchers alike have found that these mammals are excellent at learning from each other.
We’ve learned a lot since that messy day on an Oregon beach.
Sequencing the southern right whale’s DNA could lead to more modern conservation measures.
Using song patterns to predict whale migrations could help us protect them from ship strikes.
If an AI-powered project can get giant cargo ships to slow down, fewer whales may perish.
A new study found toxic chemicals in whales and dolphins.
A population recovery came as a total surprise, even to the researchers studying the beasts.
Scientists’ have known about the mammals’ carbon-storing powers for years. Now international authorities are getting on message.
Some dolphins were even trained to kill.
Meet Peregocetus pacificus.
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