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February 18th World Whale Day

World Whale Day – February 18th

Founded in 1980 in Maui, Hawaii, today honors the humpback whale during the Maui Whale Festival put on by the Pacific Whale Foundation. 59 more words

Unboxing The Bizarre

Whale Trail

“This male Humpback Whale spent over an hour playing in the water and interacting around me, putting on an incredible show for the camera,” writes Your Shot photographer Beau Pilgrim, who captured this amazing underwater image. 25 more words

Nature

Your Call | Secondhand Serenade

The problem with this kind of loneliness is that it will never go away.

Or am I just doing everything the wrong way? It has been with me for too long I think I’ve already cradled it. 224 more words

Depression

Take a Gander at Life Aboard the Snow Goose

We are excited to share our new video of our adventures in Southeast Alaska. The footage spans from Petersburg to Glacier Bay National Park, including Baranof Island, Admiralty Island, George Island, Elfin Cove, Hoonah and Icy Strait. 10 more words

Noisy Shrimp May Be Helping Gray Whales Find Their Prey

Scientists in the Northwest have detected a species of shrimp much farther north than it’s ever been found before.  Researchers at Oregon State University haven’t actually seen the snapping shrimp, instead, they… 33 more words

OPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting

Killer Whales Speak

by Violet Wallerstein

Killer whales have been recorded imitating human speech. According to the Chicago Tribune, this breakthrough occurred at the Marineland Aquarium in Antibes, France. 215 more words

Science

Security to be arranged for dead whale found washed up on Papamoa Beach (New Zealand)

February 16th, 2018 (Samantha Motion). Security was being put into place overnight for a dead whale found washed up on a far eastern stretch of Papamoa Beach today. 162 more words

Endangered Biodiversity