Whales are a widely distributed and diverse group of fully aquatic placental marine mammals.

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Expert Explains Why Whales Often Wear Hats Made of Seaweed

The Pharaoh of Whales: Remarkable New Species of Extinct Whale Discovered – Lived in Egypt 41 Million Years Ago

Whales, From Above

Some Whales May Have Been Wiped Out by Medieval Europeans

Can We Talk to Whales? Researchers believe that artificial intelligence may allow us to speak to other species.

Researchers estimate that gray whales feeding off the Oregon Coast consume up to 21 million microparticles of pollution per day

Gray whales off Oregon Coast consume millions of microparticles per day

Roger Payne, Biologist Who Heard Whales Singing, Dies at 88

Four Killer Whales Are Spotted Off New England Coast

Bowhead whales may have a cancer-defying superpower: DNA repair

A controversial research project in Norway on whales' hearing was suspended after a whale drowned, researchers said on Wednesday, as activists slammed the "cruel and pointless" experiments

Whales not to be counted on as 'climate savers'

Don't count on whales as 'climate savers,' says study

Whale of a Tale: The Truth About Whales and Climate Change

2 Dead Humpback Whales Seen Floating Off Coast of New York

Mysterious Paradox of How Whales Avoid Cancer Has a New Solution

Bowhead whales may resist cancer thanks to superior DNA repair ability

Humpback whales caught on film for 1st time treating themselves to a full body scrub on the seafloor

Singing humpback whales respond to wind noise, but not boats

Global warming puts whales in the Southern Ocean on a diet