Migration is defined as the movement (of humans or animals) from one fixed location to another. There are a number of whale species that migrate. This is done for different reasons;...
Whale Surface Behavior
The surfacing behavior of whales is fascinating, since these reveal much about the communication and nature of the animals that are usually concealed below the surface of the water. Of course,...
Whales Family Structure Introduction
Whales, like humans, have formal family structures to which they adhere with loyalty. They interact with one another, communicate, train, learn and even mourn as a close-knit family. Being such intelligent...
Whales Family Structure – Calves
A baby whale is referred to as a calf from the time of its birth until it has been weaned. Thereafter, it is often referred to as a juvenile cow or...
Whales Mating Behavior
Mating behaviour is a characteristic that occurs in the DNA of almost every living creature. Whether large or small, insect or, indeed, human being, we all follow a basic pattern of...
What Makes Blue Whales Mating?
Did you know that blue whales are among the largest creatures in the ocean? They can grow to over two hundred and fifty feet in length. And they are almost always...
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