In their latest study Stephanie King and fellow St. Andrews biologist Vincent Janik investigate a phenomenon they first described in 2006 bottlenose dolphins recognizing the signature whistles of other dolphins they know. Read the article and listen to amazing audio clips.
Very interesting article and in-depth research about the right whales. It is on the sience news for kids website but you can read it as well. Enjoy a whale of a lesson.
Evan Grant demonstrates the science and art of cymatics, a process for making soundwaves visible. Useful for analyzing complex sounds (like dolphin calls), it also makes complex and beautiful designs. Inspirational!
The famous Bimini Road has a dedicated page on Wikipedia. Read all the facts and stories behind this outstanding formation at our doorstep. Out of our personal experience we can confirm that diving around the Road is very powerful and enchanting.
Save the Whales: Reloaded.
Join the two day WhaleFest 25-28 October 2012 in Brighton UK. This will be the world’s biggest celebration and declaration for whales and dolphins – right where 30 years ago the world voted to save them!
What a great read, describing the playtime of a group of bottlenose dolphins and humpback whales in the Hawaiian Waters. There is also a video link on the blog. Makes me giggle, just looking at the pics.
Great Whale Conservancy aims to protect the world’s great whales and their habitat. A whale-watching trip turns into an incredible rescue effort. Touching – a must see!