Species of monkey previously unknown to scientists discovered in the Congo, 390 million-year-old mollusk reconstructed in 3-D, and spongy tissue found in human hearts also found in those of reptiles.
On the hunt for herring, killer whales use a herding call to cause discomfort and confusion for a school of herring, making the fish easy targets for a meal.
Frustrated fishermen captured video of killer whales thrashing at sea lions in a harbor. Are fisheries being wrongly blamed?
Residents of Eden recall how the killer whales would help in the hunt by harassing trapped baleen whales.
(Airs Sunday, June 14) Killers in Eden examines a remarkable and mysterious partnership between killer whales and whalers.
Whether you call them "whale killers" or "fish tigers" seafarers have long been awed by the hunting prowess of the large black-and-white dolphins known as orcas.
Writer Danielle Clode scoured scientific literature, trying to see if it could really be true that wild orcas would actually cooperate with human whalers.
The growth of whaling in Eden was part of a national trend. In fact, commercial whaling was one of Australia's earliest and most lucrative industries.
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