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Humpback whales return in higher numbers to British Columbia

Humpback whales in a region of British Columbia doubled in number between 2004 and 2011, halting several years of decline.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

British Columbia - Beached whale dies on White Rock beach

A young humpback whale has died on White Rock beach after becoming stranded by the receding tide. The whale is believed to have been between 1 and 3 years of age.
In the Media by C. Schroeder

Humpback whales intervene in orca attack on gray whale calf Special

Monterey - In what is probably the first time such an event has been witnessed and recorded, humpback whales appeared to try to intervene when a pod of killer whales attacked a baby gray whale.
Digital Journal Report by Candace Calloway Whiting - 5 comments

Pectoral fins of humpback whales inspire new flight technology

Rosdorf - From the ocean to the sky, the humpback whale's large pectoral fins have been the inspiration for the development of new aerodynamic technology to help fast-moving helicopters, maintain lift and increase manoeuvrability.
In the Media by Elizabeth Batt

Humpback Whales boast the longest mammal migration

Researchers document humpback whales travel a distance of 8300 kilometers (5160 miles) from Costa Rica to Antartic.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 3 comments

Humpback whales have "human" brain cells: study

Wow!, more animals to add to our every growing list of creatures that have close similarities to us...
In the Media by KeithLDick - 1 comment

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Gray Whale Calf: this calf was completely exhausted  under attack by the orcas for at least 30 minut...
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Gray Whale Calf: this calf was completely exhausted, under attack by the orcas for at least 30 minutes. Its mother is holding it up. © Alisa Schulman-Janiger/Monterey Bay Whale Watch

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