Wednesday, January 08, 2014

The real Moby Dick: Do whales really attack humans?






Photo: Not a smile you see every day

Maui Death Raises Questions About Spike in Hawaiian Shark Attacks

Mysterious Deaths Threaten a Population of Southern Right Whales

Oldest Clam Consternation Overblown

Shark chokes on moose, rescued by passersby

Protective measures are a 'death sentence' for rare dolphin say campaigners

Distinct Humpback Whale Populations Found in North Pacific

Stealth Mode: Killer Whales Go Dark to Stalk Prey

Sharks Do Get Cancer: Tumor Found in Great White

Boat crew lure Mako shark to film attack

Record 800-Plus Manatees Died in 2013 in Florida

Pilot whales die after becoming beached in the Everglades

Grand designs: how fish that build different sandcastles win the girl


Fish used by drug smugglers re-homed at aquarium


Mom Unknowingly Snaps Photo of Her Son, His Friend … and a Shark

Chillin' with the buoys

Sixty injured in piranha attack on Christmas Day

Deep-Sea Photos: Vampire Squid, Bubblegum Coral Found

Sharks Return to Their Birthplace to Give Birth

The real Moby Dick: Do whales really attack humans?

How Scientists Rescue Stranded Whales Like Those in the Everglades

Open wide! Photo shows shark ready to take a bite

Bottlenose Dolphins Oiled By Deepwater Horizon Spill are Dying

Dolphins ‘deliberately get high’ on puffer fish nerve toxins by carefully chewing and passing them around

Seahorses are one of the deadliest creatures in the sea. Yes, seahorses.

Tanks Don’t Suit Them: 7 Orcas Living Rough Lives in Captivity

These Sharks Just Want To Hang Out With You

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