The Wholphin is not a myth. It actually exists and it’s an extremely rare mix of a False Killer Whale and a Common Bottlenose Dolphin.
Despite what marine parks would have you believe, here are 10 facts and a video extract, of pretty much what really happens behind the scenes in the Dolphin Captivity Industry.
Keeping dolphins in captivity remains a controversial subject with many arguments for and against it. But what are the real facts and why do people keep them in the first place? Here’s why.
The sudden transition from the sea to the cage is distressing and traumatic for dolphins. Many of them don’t survive for long afterwards. These are 7 of the most common signs of stress in captive dolphins.
In addition to the other amazing attributes of dolphins, can dolphins detect pregnancy? Experts weigh in on the debate from a scientific perspective.
The Guiana Dolphin is a relatively smaller-sized animal that can live in both freshwater and salt water. The Guiana Dolphin is a relatively small-sized cetacean dwelling in the Atlantic Ocean around parts of South and Central America. Interestingly, though it’s a member of the oceanic dolphin family (Delphinidae) along with species like the Orcas (killer whales) and…
These are the largest dolphins today and they are all referred to as “whales.” Here are some interesting facts about each of them.
The military of different countries regularly use dogs in their operations. But did you know Military Dolphins exist? We’ve got the facts about them here.
White Killer Whales were once the stuff of myths and legends but that’s no longer the case. In fact, more of them are popping up in Russian waters.
The Dusky Dolphin is one of the most acrobatic of all cetacean species. The Dusky Dolphin is an oceanic species dwelling in the coastal waters of the Southern Hemisphere. Its common name comes from its dark body coloration and it’s most closely related to the Pacific white-sided dolphin. This is a small-to-medium sized dolphin with a dark gray or…
As global warming continues, could Killer Whales Replace Polar Bears As Top Predators At the North? That’s the question scientists are now pondering.
Meet the Snubfin Dolphins, Australia’s very own indigenous dolphin species. This dolphin is rare, extremely cute, and the first new dolphin species to discovered in the last 56 years!