Whale, whale, whale, what do we have here?
These animals go to astounding lengths.
Australia is girt by sea. Pics via Tourism Australia’s Instagram.
Meet the “globsters.”
Wales is a place in which over three million people live.
These guys commute to Antarctica and back. So no grumbling about your journey to work okay?!
Get out the sunscreen.
Plus the scientific reason for “old-person smell,” a brief history of exploding whales, and pro tips for your skin and metabolism.
If it quacks like a duck, it turns out it’s actually an Antarctic minke whale.
Last night the International Court of Justice ruled that Japan’s whaling program in the Antarctic was NOT for scientific purposes and it must be stopped immediately. A happy day for whales.
And you thought people were weird.
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 â€” 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. Itâ€™s not clear why whales beach themselves, but suicide is one theory.