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Fifty-two pilot whales have died after a mass stranding on Tasmania's northwest coast, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported Saturday.

Discuss It (1) submitted by: cloakg  published: Nov 23, 2008 (www.google.com)
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University of Michigan paleontologist Philip D. Gingerich and colleagues at the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency (EEAA) announced April 10 the successful excavation of an unusually complete and well-preserved skeleton of the 40 million-year-old fossil whale

Discuss It (2) submitted by: VICIOUSID  published: Nov 13, 2008 (www.umich.edu)
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Tiny, remote-controlled helicopters hovering above the blowholes of whales have collected snot samples that could help scientists learn which bacteria lurk in seemingly healthy cetaceans in the wild. The research is focused primarily on blue whales and gray whales, with some tests on sperm whales.

Discuss It (1) submitted by: chinbrin  published: Nov 12, 2008 (www.livescience.com)
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One of the great success stories of the ocean, the return of the Pacific gray whale, may have been based on a miscalculation, scientists reported Monday in a study based on whale genetics.

Discuss It (1) submitted by: JacSamuel  published: Sep 13, 2007 (www.cnn.com)
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That upset stomach creates ambergris, a rare substance that has been highly valued for thousands of years as an ingredient in perfume and pharmaceuticals. Ambergris originates in the intestines of male sperm whales after they dine on squid, whose hard, pointy beaks abrade the whales' innards.

Discuss It (2) submitted by: Gnome  published: Apr 29, 2007 (www.sciam.com)
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A young whale that swam aimlessly for two days in a small bay off an industrial section of Brooklyn beached itself at an oil depot dock Wednesday and died suddenly. Animal activists said the minke whale, about a year old, was too young to survive on its own.

Discuss It (2) submitted by: CabinMan  published: Apr 19, 2007 (news.yahoo.com)
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