The Sea: the first wonder of the world – in pictures
Images from The Sea, a stunning photography collection published this month by A & C Black
It looks like a giant eel! Photographer captures rare moment world's weirdest whale breaches the ocean surface
Stunning: A Vancouver photographer has captured a rare glimpse of a Bryde's whale breaching! They're known for their tendency to change direction "for no known reason," which is sort of awesome. Indecisive whales, how cool is that?
The Natural World: September - The Boston Globe
The Natural World: September - The Big Picture - The Boston Globe - A Bryde's whale and seagulls feast on anchovies in the Gulf of Thailand, Sept 9. An estimated population of 30 to 35 Bryde's whales are commonly seen along the upper Gulf of Thailand coastlines, between March and October. The Bryde's whale is listed in the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) which prohibits international trade of any parts of the animal. (Rungroj…