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Pollution continues to murder whales as their stomachs are found brimming with plastic

8/24/2016 - Since the beginning of this year, nearly thirty sperm whales washed up on the North Sea coast. Of these stranded animals, thirteen were found on a beach near the town of Toenning in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. An autopsy of these thirteen whales left scientists deeply disturbed. The animals' stomachs...

12 million whales, dolphins and other marine creatures threatened around the world by the Navy

5/26/2016 - Few people are aware that the U.S. Navy is actually allowed by law to disrupt the lives of all manner of sea life, even if it means they end up injured or dead. An examination of the Navy's Northwest Training and Testing Environmental Impact Statement, along with data from the National Oceanic and...

Japan's brutal whaling industry slaughters 200 pregnant minke whales, threatening an entire generation

3/30/2016 - Despite mounting pressure from many activist groups, Japan continues to slaughter hundreds of whales every year – some of which are endangered – in the name of "science." The nation hides behind the claim that the slaughter is legal according to the 1946 whaling convention, which allows...

Whales continue to die off in Pacific Ocean; scientists suspect Fukushima radiation at fault

8/10/2015 - Whales have been dropping like flies in the Gulf of Alaska. Approximately nine whale carcasses were sighted in late May and early June. Now, fisherman have spotted five more decomposing whales, a fin whale and four humpbacks to add to the death toll. The first two whale deaths reported in May sparked...

Whales had sonar 32 million years before the U.S. Navy

3/25/2014 - The U.S. Navy is a very capable, well armed and highly technically advanced force, and that, of course, includes its sonar capabilities. But as developed as they are, sonar for seafaring mammals -- and whales in particular -- predate the Navy's by about 32 million years. But so do the sonar capabilities...

Conservationists using space technology to monitor world's whale population

2/22/2014 - In a bid to keep better track of the world's whale populations, conservationists have begun using satellite technology to monitor the hefty mammals. According to Britain's Daily Mail newspaper, the high-tech satellites being used in the conservation effort are orbiting 480 miles above the earth....

Massive quantity of floating garbage causes flesh-eating seagulls to devour whales

9/6/2012 - If you've ever been to the beach and have broken out your cooler and picnic basket, chances are good that in doing so, you and your family attracted the attention - and short-term affection - of a small flock of seagulls. Now, while seagulls can get to be pesky, especially if you start feeding them,...

Massive whales mysteriously wash ashore on New Zealand beaches

5/5/2011 - Two giant whales of different species recently washed ashore at Waiinu Beach in South Taranaki, New Zealand, and they were discovered within just a few days of one another. The first whale, an emaciated 73-foot-long rare pygmy blue whale, washed ashore late Friday or early Saturday about a mile south...

Japanese Whaling An Unnecessary Slaughter

2/5/2008 - If you thought the days of spearing an animal were over, think again. The Japanese whaling fleet left Japan at the end of November on what they call a scientific expedition. The aim: to kill nearly 1000 minke and fin whales, and had planned to harpoon 50 humpback whales. Under international pressure,...

Researchers: Humpback whales found to share high IQ brain cells with humans

11/28/2006 - According to a report published in The Anatomical Record, humpback whales' cortexes contain spindle neurons, a type of cell only found in humans, great apes and other cetaceans like dolphins. Patrick Hof and Estel Van der Gucht of the Department of Neuroscience at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in...

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