Japanese scientists find new species of baleen whale; 'the classification of these whales has been confusing'
date added: 2003-11-21 source: news.bbc.co.uk
Mass Stranding of Sperm Whales in New Zealand; 'Refloating Was Just Not an Option'
date added: 2003-11-18 source: www.nzherald.co.nz
Australia Slams Japan Over 'Scientific' Whale Hunt; 'There Are Non-Lethal Techniques Available'
date added: 2003-11-16 source: www.iol.co.za
Sperm whale 'voices' used to gauge whales' size
date added: 2003-11-06 source: news.nationalgeographic.com
Canada chips in $103,000 to help 'Luna' the lonely orca; relocation delayed until Spring
date added: 2003-11-02 source: www.komotv.com
Tourism worries for Iceland over whaling; 'we had every right to do it'
date added: 2003-10-29 source: www.nzherald.co.nz
Japan Plans to Set Up Rival to the Int'l Whaling Commission; Could Spell the End of the IWC
Expert: Navy sonar tests are harming Puget Sound orcas, whales; 'If we don't know what it's doing to them, don't do it'
Canada blamed for delays in bid to move Luna the lonely orca; 'we need to act now'
Hawaiian whale research foundation fined $5,000 for 'misconduct' during research
Norway Planning to Kill 670 Minke Whales in 2004; 'Plentiful'
Scientists fear whales pay high price for oil drilling; 'when they're gone, they're gone'
Scientists label dead sei whale 'endangered species'; live sei's 'uncommon' in Washington State waters
Hawaiian boaters seek amnesty for collisions with whales; 'these are unintentional encounters'
Rescued Hawaiian melon-headed whale recovers after setback, gains strength; 'he has a strong will to live'
Luna the lonely orca's fate in the hands of Canadian ocean agency; 'Luna's behavior has deteriorated'
UK leads international protest over 'unjustified and unnecessary' Icelandic whaling
Pentagon funding whale song study off Australia; 'the humpbacks are famous for their songs'
Chilean Sea Blob Positively Identified as Sperm Whale Skin
Baby whale seems to be thriving after release; 'we're cautiously optimistic'
Iceland's Whalers Return Empty-Handed On First Day of Hunt; 'The Whales Were Elusive'
Whale beachings linked to mysterious heart defect; 'disturbing, worrisome, and something we want to investigate'
Investigation launched as Canadian official is accused of beating orphaned orca 'Luna'
Entangled whale 'disappears' off Aussie coast; 'It is possible our beast is swimming away somewhere'
Japan's PM opposes withdrawing from the IWC; 'it is not good to withdraw'
Dead porpoises disrupt IWC meeting
Environmentalist Groups Charge Whale and Dolphin Meat Being Sold as Pet Food in Japan
Scientists confirm great abundance of minke whales
Japanese packaged whale meal a 'major health problem,' has 'extreme mercury contamination'
Humpback whales making a comeback in Fijian waters
Seals Running Scared as Washington State Killer Whales Go On 'Rampage'
Whale funeral draws 1000 mourners in Vietnam
Killer Whales--Killing Other Whales
Whales win right-of-way in Atlantic shipping lanes; 'they never moved out of the way'
Japan raise concerns over fish consumption by whales
Hawaiian 'whale disentanglement team' frees humpback from potentially lethal entanglement
Iceland might resume 'scientific whaling,' citing 'very important' questions on whale diets
Endangered Whales Win Right of Way; Canadian Shipping Lanes to be Altered
Willy Celebrates First 'Wild' Christmas in 24 Years; Herring on the Men
Conservationists: Pungent Sound killer whales in grave danger; lawsuit filed
Endangered right whales make a comeback
Japan pushing to lift whaling ban
Scientist: orcas, not ship, caused whale death
Seaquarium's Bid to Capture 'Willy' Blocked
Alaskan tribe get OK to hunt whales
Pod of 54 False Killer Whales Die on Australian Coastline
Norway defies global ban, resumes whale exports
Scientists lose tug-of-war with great whites over blue whale corpse
'Crittercam' catches humpbacks feeding
Satellite launched to track whales
Plan to relocate orca called "high-risk"
Whale blubber: a taste sensation all its own
Japan: whaling "safe for a century"