Posted March 1, 2019 by M Dee Dubroff

A  number of years ago, a Beluga whale named Mila saved a drowning diver who was competing in a diving contest at the Polar Land Aquarium in Harbin, Northeast China. Read on for more on this harrowing tale of rescue.

Posted August 30, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

With Labor Day comes the unofficial end of another summer. Therefore one good long look back at the sultry season on the beach is in order with these awesome animal sand sculptures. You could call them sons of beaches.

Posted July 24, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

It is estimated that 3 billion people in the world wear flip flops. Since they don't last forever they end up in landfills, and worse, in the oceans. The Indian Ocean alone washes many millions of discarded flip flops onto the beaches around Kenya. Artists there have been taking the old footwear and re-purposing them into usable objects -- most fantastically into beautiful animal sculptures.

Posted July 6, 2018 by Kitty Devine

One of the best and most fun ways for kids to stay cool in the summer is to play in the water. With this awesome Inflatable Water Whale they can have company whether in the pool and the backyard.

Posted July 5, 2018 by Ron Callari

The Earth has been around for 4.5 billion years. Yet, it’s only been a little over 100 years, that one of the major factors threatening wildlife extinction first emerged.

Posted June 29, 2018 by Creature Features

The first of five Beluga XL transport aircraft rolled out of Airbus's paint shop in Toulouse, France, sporting special cetacean smiley-face livery voted for by 20,000 company employees.

Posted May 31, 2018 by M Dee Dubroff

A hero humpback whale saved the life of a whale biologist a few months ago. The 50,000-pound creature sheltered her from a shark attack under its pectoral fin and pushed her forward as she snorkeled unaware through the waters of the Pacific Ocean.

Posted May 24, 2018 by Ron Callari

Using the terms dolphins and porpoises to describe marine mammals belonging to the Cetacean species [from the Greek “kenos” meaning large sea creature] are often used interchangeably.