Delaney Dryfoos • March 23, 2022
Baleen whales have a unique, previously unknown organ for swallowing massive amounts of prey-filled water
Jonathan Moens • August 13, 2020
Clean waters have attracted large marine mammals to feed on a rising source of plankton and fish
Mark D. Kaufman • July 26, 2017
In 1972, a gray whale approached Pachico Mayoral, seeking friendship
Ellen Airhart • October 1, 2016
Exercise can’t hurt — but if you were exposed to mercury in the womb, it might not help your brain
Kate Baggaley • April 22, 2013
A new study explains why whales have such unusual teeth
Rose Eveleth • June 7, 2011
North Atlantic right whales are in trouble, but it’s hard to know what to do about it
Mara Grunbaum • March 22, 2010
It’s hard out there for a symbiotic barnacle, but somehow they find a way
Mara Grunbaum • October 4, 2009
Biologists discover new worm species on submerged whale carcasses.
Frederik Joelving • January 20, 2009
Trailblazing our knowledge of aquatic minds, Diana Reiss uses science to fight for dolphin welfare.
Lynne Peeples • December 22, 2008
The U.S. Navy, environmental groups and the U.S. Supreme Court fight to balance national and whale security.
Carina Storrs • December 16, 2008
Clarinet with whale songs: click to listen Distorted clarinet riffs filled the air. Then howls, hauntingly low and distant, syncopated by short squeals accompanied them. The duet was no experimental […]
Susannah F. Locke • May 12, 2008
- Asks Clara in New York