If you always thought whales breach out of water just for fun, you’re not alone. Scientists now have some explanations for this behavior.
Whales are amazing, and large. In fact, the biggest whales are larger than the greatest dinosaurs that ever walked the earth. Here are some facts about them.
There’s a very popular story about a whale swallowing a person. But based on science, can a whale swallow a human being? What would happen to such a person?
If you intend going whale watching anytime soon, check out our guide on the top spots worldwide on a species-by-species basis first.
Mass whale strandings are becoming a very frequent and unpleasant occurrence. What could be causing them and what can humans do to help stop or reduce them?
The humpback whale is a well-known whale species among humans and it’s quite popular with whale watchers too. It’s known for its remarkable acrobatic breaching behavior and loud ‘singing’ by males. Read on to learn more about it and watch a video showing it in its natural habitat.
The debate about underwater sonar and whales has been on for years now. Here are the facts based on scientific and historic evidence.
The North Atlantic Right Whale is the most endangered species of all whales today. It suffered a long history of human exploitation that dates back to the 18th century
Though they were hunted there almost to extinction, whales are now returning in large numbers to the Sandwich Islands and South Georgia territories.
The Beluga Whale is one intriguing creature! Though it’s one of the smallest whales, it stands out everywhere with its stark color and friendly appearance.