Japan’s Latest Whale Hunt Killed 122 Pregnant Females and 114 Juveniles
It's the latest chapter in a legal saga over international whaling rules.
'Moby Dick' Makes for an Improbably Good, Very Strange Strategy RPG
Reviewing Picaresque's 'Nantucket'; Or, 'The Raid-Boss of the Oceans'
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A Killer Whale Killing Spree on the West Coast Is Actually Good News
Natural whale deaths benefit the whole ocean ecosystem. Human-caused ones, though, are another story.
A Whale of a Tale
Scientists Caught This Shy, Portly Whale on Video for the First Time Ever
Beaked whales are notoriously hard to find.
This Sperm Whale Relocation Is Further Evidence They Have a ‘Culture'
Two vocal clans around Galápagos took up and left. Others moved in.
Zodiacs and Crossbows: I Spent a Day Chasing Whales to Learn How to Study Them
Right whale sightings are up on Canada's East coast. Nobody knows why.
Japan Plans to Kill Hundreds of Protected Whales This Winter
The nation maintains that its whale hunts have scientific value.
Lessons in Activism from the New Greenpeace Documentary, 'How to Change the World'
We talked to the film's director, Jerry Rothwell, about founder Bob Hunter, how the group nearly got blown up by a nuclear bomb, and how Greenpeace's direct action impacts today.
Japanese Fisherman Are Headed Out on Another ‘Scientific’ Whale Hunt
Lack of enforcement of anti-whaling laws make them easy to flout.
Yet Another Reason to Not Eat Whale Meat
A 15-year review of whale and dolphin meat in Japan found the majority had high levels of mercury.
Five Activists Facing Jail Time for Trying to Stop Whaling
The battle over whale hunting just erupted in the Faroe Islands.
Japan's New Whaling Limit Is Still More Than It Kills in a Year
The new quota is an attempt to appease a UN high court ruling ordering Japan to stop its annual cull.