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Whales: they get personal.
Happy New Year to you too, whale!
"A great recovery."
"It was one of the most exhilarating moments of my life," said a photographer.
New live cams bring you into the incredible world of orcas.
"We will never forget it."
"A gentle giant has fallen."
"If it continues at this pace, we'll be seeing above-average numbers real quick."
"This animal was in dire straits."
Hai there!
The group waved at the whale — and she waved back.
There are now 80 southern resident orcas in the waters of B.C. and Washington state.
Like Us On Facebook An endangered killer whale pod has welcomed a new member into its family, the Center for Whale Research
Someone cut off several teeth from an endangered orca as she lay dead on a Vancouver Island beach, awaiting a necropsy by
Raindrops keep falling on his head, and Chester the false killer whale loves it. A new video of the rare cetacean, who was
Like Us On Facebook B.C. researchers are looking for a young humpback whale who is injured and may still be tangled in rope
Whale encounters aren't rare in British Columbia, but it's not often that you see so many, so close. A lucky group of whale
These non-governmental organizations have sent a very clear message to scientists -- those who provide factual information that counters the statements or beliefs of NGOs will be bullied and intimidated to silence our voices. This apparent disregard for truthfulness and scientific facts not only undermines the credibility of these NGOs, but also does a great disservice to other NGOs that respect and effectively use science to affect public policy.
Secret to a Sound Ocean from Oceans Initiative on Vimeo. How important is sound to whales? About as important as sight is