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Volunteer Yacht, Anyone?

The South Pacific Whale Research Consortium is looking for a volunteer with a yacht to go sailing around the islands this summer. I know that plenty of our readers spend their spare time pleasure boating… so won’t you lend a hand? [...]

Bright Spotting of Right Whales off Maine and South Carolina

Positive observations of right whales have been made recently off the Eastern Seaboard of the United States. A previously unobserved congregation of right whales, found south of Bar Harbor and east of Portland in the Gulf of Maine, may help researchers understand better where the rare whales head during the winter, perhaps making it easier [...]

Save The Whales – From Your Junk

The young North Atlantic right whale was entangled in human junk. Even if you don’t live near the oceans yourself, you can do something concrete to help save the whales – reduce your garbage, and recycle everything that you can. [...]

Beach Finds Are Often Just Plain Rotten

Could there be some previously undiscovered marine mammal out there in the oceans, a giant mammal covered in fur? A monstrous seal? A whale with evolutionary amnesia? [...]

The Bible is Under Assault?

“The Bible Is Under Assault!” screams an unsolicited e-mail sent to us by the conservative publication Human Events.

“The Bible Is Under Assault!”? What does that mean?

According to Human Events, “The Bible is Under Assault!” because “mockers and skeptics” “ridicule” the Bible. Yep, that’s what they mean when they say that “The Bible is [...]

Moko The Dolphin Rescues Pygmy Sperm Whales

Moko, who commonly comes around to play with boats and with people swimming at local beaches, clearly has no problems with the idea of socializing with other species. She is a wild dolphin, but stories of the rescue of human beings by wild dolphins have been told for centuries. This is the first time a wild dolphin has been witnessed coming to the assistance of a non-human species. [...]