Whale watchers in Bermer Bay, Australia witnessed two pods of killer whales trying and failing to kill a young male humpback.
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An endangered whale calf has been found dead on a beach in Florida with signs it was hit by a boat. Fewer than 400 North Atlantic right whales are left on Earth.
Scientists recently animated the hazards of being a blue whale that's trying to avoid collisions with ships at sea.
A 38-foot-long (11.5 meters) whale that washed ashore in the Florida Everglades in January 2019 turns out to be a completely new species. And it's already considered endangered, scientists say.
Italian divers discovered the corpse of a large finback whale near Naples. Authorities say it could be one of the largest whales ever found in the Mediterranean.
A marine mammal medic praised locals who helped save a stranded juvenile killer whale from a beach in Scotland. Here's how they did it.
Two newborn whales were spotted swimming off the U.S. coast, giving researchers hope for a critically endangered whale species.
The critically-endangered blue whale has returned to the waters near the remote island of South Georgia near Antarctica, almost 100 years after they were nearly made extinct.
These deep-diving whales can stay submerged for more than an hour longer than once thought, and recover surprisingly quickly.
Two young beluga whales that were on show in an aquarium in Shanghai have now arrived at a seawater sanctuary off Iceland. This is the first time they've seen the sea in more than a decade.
A new park in Oregon gets its name from an explosive event in 1970: the dynamiting of a dead, beached sperm whale.
Researchers popped suction-cup cameras on the backs of baby humpback whales and captured a rare glimpse into the life of a nursing whale.
Scientists recorded a blue whale's heartbeat for the first time, and found that the world's largest creatures can survive on just two beats per minute while diving for food.
Underwater and airborne cameras recently captured an astounding sight: feeding whales producing bubble nets to trap their prey.