• phys.org | 4/9/2019 | Staff
    It's not easy to do pregnancy tests on whales. You can't just ask a wild ocean animal that's the size of a school bus to pee on a little stick. For decades, the only way scientists could count...
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  • phys.org | 11/1/2019 | Staff
    Groups of beaked whales reduce predation risk through extreme diving synchronization, according to a study in Scientific Reports. This behaviour has not been observed in other deep diving whales and...
    623 views Matty123
  • phys.org | 7/5/2017 | Staff
    Small fish are speedy and easy to scare. So how is it that a giant humpback whale, attacking at speeds about as fast as a person jogs, is able to eat enough fish to sustain itself? Combining field...
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  • ScienceDaily | 10/17/2019 | Staff
    The study, published this week in the journal PLoS ONE by scientists from British Antarctic Survey and four Chilean research institutes, could revolutionise how stranded whales, that are dead in the...
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  • phys.org | 8/3/2019 | Staff
    Seven pilot whales were found dead on an eastern Indonesian beach, an official said Saturday, after 17 were stranded in the remote area. Residents of nearby Menia Village managed to save ten of the...
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  • CNET | 10/2/2019 | Amanda Kooser
    Researchers photographed this southern right whale off the coast of Argentina. You can't just plop a scale into the ocean and ask a whale to get on it. Scientists - Body - Mass - Whales - Animals...
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