Marine mammals

¿Qué hacen dos ballenas azules frente a la costa gallega?

Una expedición avista en dos semanas sendos ejemplares del animal más grande del planeta y otras tres especies de este cetáceo

15 October 2017

Grey seal population growing, but not nearly as much as in recent decades

Population growth has slowed to about 4 per cent annually, down from decades of 13 per cent increases

05 October 2017

El gran criadero de las ballenas jorobadas

Ruta por la región colombiana de Bahía Málaga, un recóndito paraíso selvático a orillas del Pacífico donde cada año se pueden avistar, durante el periodo de cría, estos grandes cetáceos

04 October 2017

Uncertain future of the North Atlantic right whale linked to its tiny prey

Right whales move into more hazardous waters as they pursue a dwindling food source, research suggests

21 September 2017

Medieval porpoise 'grave' on Channel island puzzles archaeologists

Animal may have been placed in carefully cut hole to preserve its meat or have had some sort of religious significance

19 September 2017

Horsey seal injured by flying ring 'making recovery' (video)

A seal captured by volunteers on a beach is recovering at a specialist centre after getting a flying ring trapped around its neck.

18 September 2017

Aufbau von Sandbänken stört Wale vor Australiens Ostküste

Surfer brauchen Wellem. daher sollen Sandbänke wiederaufgebaut werden.  Doch der Tourismus fürchtet um ein Millionsgeschäft

14 September 2017

Northern lights linked to North Sea whale strandings

Large solar storms, responsible for the northern lights, may have played a role in the strandings of 29 sperm whales in the North Sea early in 2016.

05 September 2017

In a Fragile Partnership, Dolphins Help Catch Fish in Myanmar

On a recent sweltering afternoon on the Irrawaddy River, about 10 miles upstream from the city of Mandalay, a Burmese fisherman tapped a small teak dowel against the hull of his squat wooden boat,

31 August 2017

Wie Militär-Lärm die Wale nervt

Sonare von Schiffen oder Hubschraubern verändern das Tauchverhalten von Cuvier-Schnabelwalen. Über hundert Kilometer weit stören die Signale die Tiere bei der Futtersuche.

30 August 2017