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Scientists think they have answered a whale of a mystery: How the ocean creatures got so huge so quickly.
A University of Alaska professor and graduate student are planning to study the impact whale watching has on humpback whales.
A study suggests a warming climate and more killer whales could spell bad news for beluga whales in the southwestern portion of Hudson Bay.
A group of marine scientists says collisions of whales and boats off of the New England coast may be more common than previously thought.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration researchers say 44 whales that died two years ago in the Gulf of Alaska could have been killed by algal toxins but are not ruling out other possibilities.
Researchers say preliminary findings show a North Atlantic right whale may have been struck by a ship before the animal was found dead in Massachusetts waters.
Researchers say endangered North American right whales gave birth last winter to the fewest calves seen off the U.S. coast in 17 years.
An international group of marine scientists wants the Canadian government to take steps to cut underwater noise in the Salish Sea off the southern coast of British Columbia.
Residents of a Newfoundland island have managed to pluck five dolphins out of thick pack ice and carry them to open water, but a humpback whale has died after becoming trapped in ice in a nearby cove.
The grim task of clearing hundreds of washed-up whale carcasses was under way in New Zealand Tuesday, with the beach closed over fears the bodies will fill with gas and explode as they decompose.
A new pod of 240 whales swam aground at a remote New Zealand beach on Saturday just hours after weary volunteers managed to refloat a different group of whales following an earlier mass stranding.