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Macgillivray Freeman Films Deliver A Completely Spellbinding Film, Humpback Whales, Now On Blu-Ray
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The Special Features are as compelling as the main feature! "The Search" showed the difficulties in finding the humpback
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NOAA Removes Most Humpback Whales From Endangered Species List
But four distinct populations are still listed as endangered and one as threatened.
Silence Of The Whales: A Road Trip
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The idea of a road trip in summer can either make you cringe or bring joy to your heart.
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Upside-Down Whale 'Tail-Sails' Off The Coast Of Maui In Incredible Footage
Scientists aren't entirely sure what she is doing, but they have some good guesses.
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Scientists May Have Discovered A New Kind Of Humpback Whale Sound
One theory is that the sounds could be related to mating.
Not All Entanglements End Happily
Tam Warner Minton
Solo Traveler, Citizen Scientist, Travel Writer, Photographer ...
Don't you love seeing whale and animal rescues on YOUTUBE or tv or the news? I know I do. I especially enjoy the one where the whale thanked her saviors by giving them a breaching display for over an hour.
Alaska: Land of Bears, Eagles, and Leaping Whales
The Adventure Geezer writes about adventure travel for boomers...
We went kayaking every morning with our own private guide. During our paddles we saw lots of bald eagles and sea otters, several
Watch Humpback Whales Frolic Beneath The Northern Lights
The stars aligned for this lucky photographer.
Mary Ellen Hannibal
We are quite psycho with all our savagery to each other and to the Earth, but we must mobilize our cognitive, emotional, and executive functioning to figure this thing out rationally.
Humpback Whales Intervene in Killer Whale Attacks on a Baby Gray Whale, and Save Seals
Candace Calloway Whiting
Environmental writer and animal advocate
How does a 45 ton whale manage to rescue a 300 pound seal? Or drive off a pack of hungry orcas in an attempt to save a baby of a different species? The following two incidents reveal how humpback whales did both of those things, adding a whole new meaning to the phrase "gentle giants.'
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Lucky Whale Watchers Get An Insanely Close View Of Humpback Pod
Life's About The LittleThings
When you go on a whale-watch, just the prospect of seeing the majestic creatures at all is seriously thrilling. For a few lucky tourists off the coast of Massachusetts, their trip out to sea turned into a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get really cozy with the ocean's gentle giants.
Where in the World Is the Best Place to Be in August?
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We all crave that sweet serendipity of being in the right place at the right time: When the Northern Lights are most likely to dance; when that sleepy scruff-bucket town transforms for its once-a-year fabulous fiesta; or, when a mass mob of whales gathers at the nearby reef.
Is "Sleep Swimming" Endangering the Lives of Whales?
A new website dedicated to smarter sleep & wakefulness, publis...
"Obviously whales have to rest on their migration, so what we call 'sleep swimming' might be when they're paying less attention
Playful Baby Whale Shows Off Newfound Swimming Skills
Humpback whales migrate to the warm waters of Hawaii in large numbers during the winter to breed, and many calves are born
Why Researchers Are Super Excited They Saw This Whale's Penis
Stephanie Stack, a research biologist for the foundation, said that her team was taking a lunch break after a routine morning
NOAA Proposes Removing Most Humpback Whales From Endangered Species List
This NOAA map shows the approximate locations of humpback whale distinct populations: 1. West Indies, 2. Cape Verde Islands
'Humpback Whales' Film Is An Important Reminder That Not Every Environmental Story Is Bad News
Amanda Keledjian, a marine scientist with the advocacy group Oceana who was not involved with the film, told HuffPost that
Exclusive Clip From "Humpback Whales"
Learn about humpback whale mothers and their calves in this clip from the new IMAX film "Humpback Whales" from MacGillivray Freeman Films/
Making-Of Webisode From "Humpback Whales"
Go behind the scenes of MacGillivray Freeman Films' "Humpback Whales" in this clip on location in Alaska.
The Ingenious Way Humpback Whales Hunt In Pitch-Black Waters At Night
According to Parks, this study is a continuation of humpback whale research that began in the 1970s. "It’s 2014," she told
Watch These Humpback Whales Perform A Deadly Song And Dance While Hunting
You'll notice the seabirds waste no time stealing away some of the whales haul. Humpback whales will literally sing and dance
Heroic Whale Rescue Reveals Sad Reality Of Pollution's Impact On Animals
As for the whale rescued in Maui, Lyman said the animal is now better off without the heavy lines dragging behind it. "We
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