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Whale, whale, whale The world's top companies rely on a few big fish - The Hustle (blog)

Bitcoin tycoon promises to give away $86 million worth of bitcoins to charity - Mashable

Officials: Whales, after deadly year, could become extinct - ABC News

Only 450 right whales are left in the world. Will they go extinct? - Florida Today

Mystery of Whale and Dolphin Strandings May Hinge on NASA Data - Live Science

Second 'environmentally-friendly' vessel ordered by Victoria whale watching company after 'successful season' - CHEK

Whale stranded near Newport News dies, reports say - News & Observer

North Atlantic Right Whale Critically Endangered -

Whales and dolphins can naturally muffle loud sounds, potentially protecting them from sonar and other dangers - Science Magazine

Dolphin & Whales ScienceDaily

New algorithm recognizes distinct dolphin clicks in underwater recordings

Heart monitors on wild narwhals reveal alarming responses to stress

It's all in the ears: Inner ears of extinct sea monsters mirror those of today's animals

Feces from entangled North Atlantic right whales reveals 'sky-high' stress levels

The enigmatic endangered whale shark: 22-year-long global citizen science project sheds light on these animals

Bowhead whales come to Cumberland Sound in Nunavut to exfoliate

Righty blue whales sometimes act like lefties, study finds

Recovery of West Coast marine mammals boosts consumption of chinook salmon

Shifting presence of North Atlantic right whales tracked with passive acoustics

Right whales, already an endangered species, may face a dim future

Weak social ties a killer for male whales

Whales and dolphins have rich 'human-like' cultures and societies

'Killer' toothaches likely cause misery for captive orca: Whales chew concrete and steel tank surfaces

Scientists eavesdrop on little-known beaked whales to learn how deeply they dive

Humpback whale blow microbiome described

Dolphins in the News Google News

Orcas, killer whales

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'Unacceptable' 44 dolphin caught in fishing nets in last year - TVNZ

Indus River Dolphin numbers on the rise, WWF study reveals - - Geo News, Pakistan

Mystery of Whale and Dolphin Strandings May Hinge on NASA Data - Live Science

Dolphin, bear studies have paved the way to improved population ... - Science Daily

Scientists use artificial intelligence to eavesdrop on dolphins | The ... - The Independent

Actually, Dolphins Don't All Look the Same - Hakai Magazine

AI Analyzes Dolphin Chatter And Discovers Something We Didn't Know - Big Think (blog)

Dolphin Slaughter Is Not Barbaric, Insist Japanese Fisherman Eight Years After Scathing Documentary - Newsweek

AI eavesdrops on dolphins and discovers six unknown click types ... - Science News