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Tobias Friedrich photographs the pristine underwater backdrop of Greenland
Humpback whales are one of the few animals that demonstrate the ability to learn from their peers, a process that social scientists term “cultural transmission.” New evidence indicates that...
As of 2010, an increasingly large number of humpback whales have been feeding close to Arctic Norway’s shore near Tromso. Humpback whales rarely feed in such large numbers so close to land, but...
Pilot Wayne Davis has made a career guiding commercial fishermen to schools of fish that he is able to observe from the air. Taking photographs of these fish as well as whales, sharks, and other...
Marty Snyderman reports from Cocos in the latest edition of "From a Fisheye's Perspective"
Captured in photos this week, a procession of humpback whales was seen as they made their annual migration from Antarctica to the tropical waters that serve as their breeding grounds.
Humpback whales, who breed near the Panama Canal entrance, are most likely going to enjoy a safer environment as Panamanian officials and scientists create plans to limit shipping lanes.
Phil Davison wins $200 iDivesite focus light for Marine Mammals contest
A BBC/National Geographic film crew captured a video of a group of humpback whales intervening in an orca attack off the coast of California.
Bill Fisher tells the story of photographing a big, beautiful blue shark on a moonlit night
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