Dolphins Recognize The Calls Of Long-Lost Friends. Scientists have known for years that dolphins recognize each other by the sound of each animal's signature whistle. But it wasn't known for just how long dolphins could remember these whistle calls.
SeaWorld's "Science" On Orcas Is Off By 70 Years And It Takes Less Than A Minute To Show Why
SeaWorld was caught in a lie again, this time Granny the 103-year-old wild orca proves them wrong.
The false killer whale (Pseudorca crassidens) is a cetacean & the third-largest member of the oceanic dolphin family (Delphinidae). It lives in temperate and tropical waters throughout the world. As its name implies, the false killer whale shares characteristics, such as appearance, with the more widely known killer whale (orca). Like the orca, the false killer whale attacks and kills other cetaceans, but the two species do not belong to the same genus. It has not been extensively studied in…
Meet the adorable Heaviside's Dolphin, an dolphin found off the coast of Africa, that needs your attention and protection.
New underwater microphone could help West Coast orcas and whales
The new listening station will allow scientists to monitor the effects of shipping on orcas and whales in Georgia Strait.
Evidence: Website of statistics and information. Title: Orcas in Captivity. Published: By Stefan Jacobs on July 17, 2013. Argument: Gives statistics and information about whales in captivity and their story. I will be using the story about Corky in the "need" part of my speech.