tags: nature, mammals, Antarctica, blue whale, Balaenoptera musculus, National Geographic, streaming video Researchers on a National Geographic expedition seek answer some mysteries surrounding Blue Whales, Balaenoptera musculus, and find tantalizing clues, but big questions remain unanswered.
tags: nature, mammals, Antarctica, blue whale, Balaenoptera musculus, National Geographic, streaming video Blue whales, Balaenoptera musculus, have complex calls that can be heard for miles. In this National Geographic video, we meet one scientist is on a mission to uncover the meaning of their songs.
tags: nature, mammals, Antarctica, blue whale, Balaenoptera musculus, David Attenborough, streaming video This amazing video clip from BBC's remarkable multi-part TV program, Blue Planet, shows the awesome size of the Blue Whale, Balaenoptera musculus, the largest creature in the sea and the largest creature that has ever lived. Narrated by the incomparable David Attenborough.
Ever wonder where sea creatures have been or where they're headed? Thanks to marvelous modern technology and an ambitious team of prestigious scientific organizations, now you can watch in almost real-time! Since 2002, Tagging of Pacific Pelagic (TOPPS) research project has tagged over 2,000 animals with tiny microprocessors and sophisticated remote sensing systems to track exactly where, when and how deep they're traveling through the ocean. Movements of twelve tagged salmon sharks over the last 60 days. The results are fantastic maps showing up-to-the-minute movements of mako sharks…