Thames Humpback whale killed by ship: The casualty of a global problem

A humpback whale was recently spotted in the River Thames near London. This unusual sighting sparked national media interest, similar to "Benny" the beluga who also called the river home for several weeks last year. However, while Benny eventually left the Thames and headed home to the Arctic, the humpback whale was not so lucky. Ironically, despite the human-interest factor, the whale died as a result of human impact. In doing so, it had the dubious honor of being the first humpback whale known to have died in UK waters from being hit by a vessel.

Thames Humpback whale killed by ship: The casualty of a global problem

A humpback whale was recently spotted in the River Thames near London. This unusual sighting sparked national media interest, similar to "Benny" the beluga who also called the river home for ...

Wed 16 Oct 19 from Phys.org

Video captures whale bubble-net feeding

University of Hawai'i at M?noa's Marine Mammal Research Program (MMRP) researchers and key collaborators captured amazing whale's-point-of-view and aerial drone video of humpback whale bubble-net ...

Mon 14 Oct 19 from Phys.org

Whales blow bubbly nets to help them fish and we have it on camera

God, they're cute.

Tue 15 Oct 19 from ZME Science

Humpback whales create nets of bubbles to trap their prey before feasting

Marine biologist Lars Bejder of the University of Hawai'i at M?noa and colleagues used drones to capture a bird's-eye view of the whales feeding in waters off of the coast of Southeast Alaska.

Mon 14 Oct 19 from Daily Mail

Watch: Whales Blow Bubble Nets to Capture Fish

Whale bubble-net feeding documented by University of Hawai'i researchers (via University of Hawai'i) Just as humans use fishing nets to capture scaley ...

Mon 14 Oct 19 from Geek.com

Watch this magical video of whales blowing bubbles to catch dinner - CNET

Get both a drone's-eye and an underwater view of how humpback whales use bubble-net fishing to round up krill.

Mon 14 Oct 19 from CNET

Whale bubble-net feeding documented through groundbreaking video

It?s one of the most unique things you will see in the wild. A humpback whale swimming in a circular pattern while blowing bubbles to ... Read more

Mon 14 Oct 19 from Science Blog

Groundbreaking video captures whale bubble-net feeding in University of Hawaii research

University of Hawai'i at Mānoa's Marine Mammal Research Program (MMRP) researchers and key collaborators captured amazing whale's-point-of-view and aerial drone video of humpback whale ...

Sun 13 Oct 19 from Eurekalert

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