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Minutes' spotlights humpback whale conservation and Sea Shepherd, interviews Captain Paul Watson

A Drone Caught These Whales Singing as They Fish for Their Lunch

California Team Rescues Humpback Whale From a Crab Trap After 17 days, marine biologists set the endangered animal free.

The Marine Mammal Center

The Marine Mammal Center

Peace and joy. Toddler polar bears at play in the snow, serenely overseen by mother.  Video by Thomas Mangelsen, "Polar Play"

Toddler polar bears at play in the snow, serenely overseen by mother. Video by Thomas Mangelsen, "Polar Play"

Can Algae Power Our World?

Researchers believe that a particular seaweed, sugar kelp, could power our cars and heat our homes too.

Blackfish. Watch this important documentary. When you're done, contact #seaworld and let them know how you feel.

Blackfish (2013)

Commerson´s Dolphins

Stunning Wildlife on

Commerson´s Dolphins: one of four dolphins in the genus Cephalorhynchus. The species also has common names skunk dolphin, piebald dolphin and panda dolphin.

Orca pods have been seen having "greeting ceremonies" when they meet other pods. #orca #whale #endangeredspecies

One of the most beautiful and serene places I have ever visited. You MUST make it to the San Juan Islands! Spyhopping orca in the San Juan Islands of Washington state

We are all the same. This grieving Mother was observed in Whangarei, New Zealand. Dr Visser said the animals, like humans, had neurons in the brain which were associated with grieving and empathy.  There are now concerns for "Potato" because she is carrying the decomposing body near her eyes, mouth and blowhole where bacteria can enter. The gestation period for a dolphin is around 11 months. Calves can spend up to three years suckling its mother. Just like us!

Dolphins Mother mourning the loss of her baby, seen pushing it around the ocean for days ~

The North Atlantic Right Whale Population Hits a New High - Is Bouncing Back from the Brink of Extinction

Closure of shipping lanes has helped the North Atlantic right whale population hit a new high.

In another installment of Conservation International's Nature is Speaking series, Mother Nature herself finally speaks up -- and she sounds an awful lot like movie-mega-star Julia Roberts!

See the Beauty of Mother Nature… And Listen to Her “Mom” at You ()