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Looking for Moby Dick

X-Ray Magazine article |  
It’s an adventure. You swim like a champion, trying to be as streamlined as possible and glide effortlessly through the water. Your heart rate is already at its limits and your breathing borders on hyperventilation. Your focus is on the sperm whale and its blow, which you can see just as you slide into the water. You are hoping to get the animal in front of your camera, but it is a bit of gamble.
61 - Jul 2014 | Looking for Moby Dick

Cuvier’s beaked whale able to dive to a record 3km

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A Cuvier's beaked whale has set a new deep diving record for a sea mammal by plunging nearly three kms below the ocean surface.

Humpback whale subspecies discovered

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Humpback whales in the oceans of the North Pacific, North Atlantic and Southern Hemisphere are much more distinct from each other than previously thought

New study reveals Narwhal tusks are highly sensitive

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Tusk revealed to be sensitive to temperature and chemical differences in external environment

Population of Blue whales discovered off New Zealand

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Nearly 50 blue whales have been observed regularly feeding in the sea between the top of the South Island and lower Taranaki.

New whale species discovered

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With the re-discovery of Mesoplodon hotaula, there are now 22 recognised species of beaked whales.

Release of Icelandic whale meat beer sparks outrage

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Conservationists condemn beer as immoral

Stranded pilot whales euthanized on New Zealand beach

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Wild seas and strong winds made rescue attempt impossible

Pipeline approval threatens BC humpbacks

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Oil tankers and humpbacks on potential collision course

Humpback whales in the North Pacific consist of five distinct populations

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A comprehensive genetic study of humpback whale populations in the North Pacific Ocean has identified five distinct populations.
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