Today’s Solutions: May 29, 2024

Blue whales reappear in South

Blue whales reappear in South Atlantic Ocean after decades-long absence

Deep in the South Atlantic Ocean lies the island of South Georgia. The waters surrounding the island were once abundant with Antarctic Blue whales, but that all changed when the industrial whaling industry established itself on the island in 1904. Records show some 42,698 of these blue whales Read More...

New footage shows how remoras

New footage shows how remoras hitchhike on the back of a blue whale

Ever heard of the remora? It’s a suckerfish famous for hitchhiking on the backs of larger marine animals for food and shelter. The remora has a funky appearance compared to other fish, which largely comes down to the fact that it has a flattened head covered in ridges. Beneath that Read More...

Blue whales gather in record n

Blue whales gather in record numbers off San Francisco coast

Blue whales, the largest animals on Earth, like to gather off the coast of San Francisco to feed on krill in the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary. Right now, they are showing up in potentially record-breaking numbers.  Just 30 miles offshore from San Francisco, 47 endangered blue Read More...