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beluga whale

Deep dive...into Beluga whales

One of the smallest species of whale, the beluga whale belongs to the family Monodontidae, along…


Risso's dolphins

Deep dive...into Risso's dolphins

Tending to inhabit deep offshore waters, Risso’s dolphins are the fifth largest member of the…


Bryde's whales

Deep dive…into Bryde’s whales 

Bryde’s whales, which belong to the baleen whale family, are found in warm temperate, subtropical…


Why Is The Ocean So Important

7 Reasons Why The Ocean Is So Important

On World Ocean Day (8 June), it’s time to celebrate our ocean and to advocate for doing all in our…


How to Speak Whale

How to Speak Whale: A Voyage into the Future of Animal Communication

“Either we continue to imagine and project onto them all sorts of things about the inner…


Common dolphin

Deep dive into...Common dolphins

Common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) are often spotted in large groups and are highly sociable.…


Thames Whale

Whales That Made a Mark on the World: The Thames Whale

In our fourth blog on whales who captured the attention of the world and the hearts of people, we…


right whales

Deep dive...into Right whales

A type of baleen whale, right whales have three different species – the North Atlantic right whale…


Minke whale

Deep dive...into Minke whales

The minke whale is the second smallest member of the baleen family, growing to a maximum of 10…


Pelagos Sanctuary

The Pelagos Sanctuary: Protecting Cetaceans in the Mediterranean Sea

Are you planning a whale or dolphin watching trip? You are probably thinking about going to the…