A prehistoric 15-foot-long (4.5 meters) whale that sucked prey into its mouth represents a key missing puzzle piece concerning the evolution of today’s huge filter-feeding whales, scientists said on Thursday.
Complete Article From the publisher.This issue features diving in the Red Sea, Brazil, Malaysia; swimming with orcas and humpback whales; the eels who impersonate sea snakes and the diving and marine news from around the […]
Complete Article From the publisher. Enlarge / A whale earplug, showing the layers accumulated across a lifetime, and the corresponding cortisol levels. (credit: Nature Communications) In a whale’s earwax lie clues to its entire life. […]