"It’s just an amazing sequence of events.”
As part of a NOAA trained whale disentanglement team I have seen stressed out whales, entangled in fishing gear allow us
Since 1994, the NRDC has prosecuted a series of federal lawsuits to persuade the Navy to adopt -- and its federal regulator the National Marine Fisheries Service to require -- common sense safeguards for the protection of whales and other marine life from unnecessary harm.
Now that's some excellent comic timing.
An 81-foot blue whale washed up dead on the shore last week. It started out as a neat attraction, but it’s become a burden as authorities say it’s the 600 resident’s responsibility to get rid of it. And they don’t have the resources to deal with the plus-size problem.
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The team, led by Sascha Usenko, a environmental scientist at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, extracted an earplug from
At first, your eyes wander near and far in an attempt to take in the enormity of the creature. Then, a voice in your head screams, having realized that you're in the presence of the largest animal that's ever lived.
Frank Ocean stunned a crowd in New York City on Monday night, crooning his way through a one-hour set at The Fader and Vitamin
Among animals, the blue whale is the biggest and the cheetah is the fastest runner— most of us have known this since grade
The Los Angeles Times reported earlier this month that researchers have found that more and more blue whales are feeding