June 12 (UPI) — A California whale watching company shared photos and video of an unusual visitor — an albino dolphin calf swimming with its pod. Princess Monterey Whale Watching shared the photos and video on Facebook after the all-white
Ryan Lawler, owner of Newport Coastal Adventure, was all done with his eco-tours for the day when he got word: rare orcas spotted off the coast. He decided to give it a shot and scour the sea to spot the
Whales are huge. Even the smallest of them, the pygmy right whale, can reach 20 feet, while the blue whale, the largest of the baleen whales, can stretch to about 105 feet, and some will get a bit larger. But
This huge whale carcass was spotted washed up on a British beach. Government specialists have reportedly been notified after the mammal – thought to be a baleen whale – was spotted at Hartland Quay on the North Devon Heritage Coast.