The fossil of a toothed whale hints at early signs of echolocation.
Posts Tagged ‘whales’
Smithsonian researchers have uncovered the cause behind mass marine stranding events occurring millions of years ago in Chile.
Do the wings of an airborne monarch butterfly move through the air the same way the tail of a bottlenose dolphin moves through the sea?
Scientists are using satellite imagery to survey whale populations.
Learn about local fall migrations and how you can help track the migrating animals.
Even in nature, locals are the best guides!
Researchers discovered an extremely rare whale stranded on a New Zealand beach.
One beluga whale sounds vaguely familiar…
Which science headlines grabbed your attention this week? Here are three of our favorites…
Marine animals, especially whales, are susceptible to noise in the ocean. Find out what one local group is doing to quiet it down.