What did you say?!
What did you say?!
Bee superpowers, living in a pretend spaceship and a mammal that has sex until it falls apart. 2013 was a rollercoaster ride of a year for science.
Nearly four dozen whales have been stranded in the shallow waters of Florida’s Everglades National Park.
Do not watch this if you are at all squeamish. You have been warned.
You may not realize it, but whales should give you a mild panic spiral. Join me, brethren.
These will make you feel warm inside.
It is equal parts terrifying and awesome.
Beluga whales, the corgis of the ocean.
These Life photos from 1969 show that the border has been a battleground for much longer than you might’ve realized.
Parlor trick or first contact? Scientists believe it was the latter.
Watch as Juno, a Beluga whale at Connceticut’s Mystic Aquarium, really reads along with artist Scott M. Fischer’s sketchbook.
This relatively rare site was filmed off the coast of Tofino in BC, Canada..
Zzzzzzzz. They literally drift off to sleep.
Stay strong, little guy. We’re here for you.
Everyone can go home now. These whales playing soccer win today. Bye.
Even millions of years ago, this desert wasn’t ocean. So how did more than 75 whale fossils turn up in the middle of Chile’s Atacama Desert — one of the world’s driest?
And if so, why? A pod of 61 whales beached themselves at Farewell Spit in New Zealand on Monday. It’s not clear why whales beach themselves, but suicide is one theory.
Sort of NSFW but not really. Honestly, the jokes are just too easy. Watch Video ›
You read the title correctly. This whale threesome could sink a luxury liner. They are such dorks. View List ›
Amazing video footage of the whale that breached directly onto Paloma Werner and Ralph Mothes’ boat in waters off Cape Town and broke their mast. Watch Video ›
Olivier Lambert and Klaas Post have discovered the skull of a new species of prehistoric, whale-eating sperm whale in Peru. You know what’s terrifying? Something that EATS WHALES. View List ›
During a free-diving contest, Yang Yun got stuck at the bottom of an arctic pool without breathing equipment when her legs cramped. Enter Mila, a Beluga Whale, who realized she was in distress before the event’s organizers did and pushed her to the surface. Badass. View Image ›
David Sheridan, an Australian kitesurfer, gets smacked in the head by a whale tail but manages to escape unscathed. It’s a cool photo, which was taken by a camera attached to the guy’s kite. View Image ›