#Whales

Politics | Energy

Whale Corpses Are Stacking Up But the Libs Won't Talk About What Might Be Killing Them

Why are whales dying in record numbers and — just as importantly — why are the deodorant-dodging Libs not talking about the whale-ocaust?

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

Democrats Are 'Saving the Environment' by Killing Whales

Seven dead whales have washed up on the New York-New Jersey coastline since December, prompting calls for Gov. Phil Murphy (D., N.J.) to halt development on a number of offshore wind farms in the area. He refused.

Science & Technology | The Ocean & The Environment

New Killer Whale Could Be the Largest Unknown Animal Left on the Planet

Found in some of the most inhospitable latitudes on Earth, it's no wonder these mysterious creatures remained undescribed by science for so long.

News | News Items

What’s Happening to the North Atlantic Right Whale Is Just Plain Wrong | NRDC

Scientists say the species could be functionally extinct in as little as 20 years—but there are some solutions within reach.

Science & Technology | The Ocean & The Environment

World’s first talking killer whale: Wikie the orca learns to say ‘hello’ and ‘bye bye’

Whales are known for their impressive communications skills which allow pods to ‘talk’ to each other through complex clicks and singing, even when they are 100 miles apart.

Science & Technology | The Ocean & The Environment

10 Playful Facts About Beluga Whales | Mental Floss

In an ocean filled with over 80 whale species, belugas definitely stand out from the crowd. From their distinct pale shade to their relatively petite stature, you should have no trouble identifying these social sea mammals if you’re ever in their arctic neighborhood. Here are 10 facts worth knowing about the bubbly beluga whale.