But the big question of what these whales are singing, what do these songs mean, that remains elusive into the 21st century. And things don’t really change until scientists decide to take a new ...
But the killer whales causing mayhem off Europe’s Iberian Peninsula might actually just be bored teenagers — at least, that’s the leading theory among a group of more than a dozen orca ...
A surprising chain of events is behind the encounters, the scientists believe. This particular population of Iberian killer whales is critically endangered, in part, because its primary prey were ...
Some of the world's animals produce ear-splitting sounds — and some the loudest out there may come as a surprise.
An impending nova event will be so bright that people on Earth will be able to see the burst of light with the naked eye, NASA scientists said. There's an Earth-sized remnant of a dead star ...
For the past several years, killer whales have been ramming boats around the world, capsising several as others suffered damage. Scientists might finally have an explanation for the whales ...
Boaters and maritime authorities are advised to stay vigilant and report any encounters with orcas to help scientists track and study this unusual behavior. "It's crucial for us to gather as much ...
For four years now, orcas have been ramming and sinking luxury yachts in European waters, and scientists have struggled ... endangered Iberian killer whales that feed exclusively on the large ...
Five whales have died, scientists say, including one of the new calves, and four other calves are missing and presumed dead. Whale researchers and advocates say the whales are sliding into ...
Since May 2020 researchers have documented nearly 700 incidents of killer whales ramming into boats near the Iberian Peninsula. The behaviour has perplexed sailors and scientists, with many ...
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However, looking into the statistics of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), only 4.2% of data scientists are Black, despite comprising 14.4% of the U.S. population. African ...