The latest news on whales
MONTREAL (AP) — About a dozen killer whales that were trapped under sea ice appeared to be free after the ice shifted, a leader of a northern Canada village said Thursday.
North Atlantic right whales are at risk of being hit by recreational and commercial boats.
Wide range of food sources allowed higher populations needed to withstand glacial periods.
Whales exhibit skin damage consistent with acute sunburn in humans, and it's getting worse.
Extinct whale had teeth bigger than T. rex's.
Whales found with high levels of toxic and heavy metals spell danger for those who depend on sea food.
The proposal would allow limited commercial whaling for the first time in 25 years.
The proposal is an attempted compromise between pro-whaling nations and opponents.
The country has proposed cutting its catch quota of minke whales to 440 from the current 935.