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The Plan to Save the Humpback Whales—and How It Succeeded
A strategy to divide humpback whales into distinct geographic populations was crucial to preventing their extinction. But the job isn’t done.
How to Bury a 42-Foot Rotting Humpback Whale
"It became a quality-of-life concern as far as the smell"
Drones are revolutionizing how we study humpback whales
In our NewsHour Shares video of the day, this high-flying technology offers brand new insights into humpback whales and ocean science.
Here's Why Humpback Whales Are Swimming In Boston Harbor
A breaching humpback whale is a rare sight to see. Why do whales appear to be playing in Boston Harbor?
How to recognize Humpback Whale Surface Behavior
Here we illutrate and explain what to look for as far as Humpback whale surface behavior when whale watching.
Whoa! Stranded humpback whale rescued in surprising way
Efforts using heavy equipment to get the whale back into the sea didn't work.
How satellites might help save the humpback whale
Whale populations have always been hard to monitor, but these new satellites will help scientists keep track of them from space.
Humpback whale choristers learn new songs
Male humpback whales assert their superiority through their vocal ability, say researchers.
Students learn inside a 43-foot humpback whale
The program at the Canterbury Lower School was put on by Canterbury alum Cynde McInnis, who today is a naturalist at Cape Ann Whale Watch in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Why Humpback Whale Babies Whisper to Mom
On World Oceans Day, we take a deeper dive into the fascinating world of marine mammals.
How a dead humpback whale ended up in a forest near the Amazon River
When local fishermen were walking through a mangrove forest in Brazil, they came across something that shouldn't be there: the carcass of a humpback whale.