Sperm whales spend 7% of their day in these vertical positions near the surface of the water, where they sleep for 10 to 15 minutes at a time.
After 3 years, The Biofriendly Podcast is switching gears by focusing on what’s happening in environmental news each week! It’s ‘This Week In Green’ for February 11, 2022 with no more whaling, recycled building blocks, insect citizens, a tired crocodile, and more.
It’s another hump day, so what better picture than a cloud shaped like a Humpback whale in the sky? Photo taken somewhere over Texas.
We love this photo taken by photographer Eric Smith where the whale watchers are hilariously missing the main attraction popping up right behind them.
Follow your dreams like this Orca whale breaching above the water’s surface.
Recent scientific research suggests that it’s important celebrate our environmental success in order to motivate further evidence-based action! That’s why this week on The Biofriendly Podcast we acknowledge some of the positive stories about protecting our oceans, why we should make a TV show called Fish Police, and does Noel speak fluent whale?
This incredible moment was captured by Instagram user, Mike Nulty, when he made eye contact with a majestic gray whale. These moments of stillness and calm are essential when appreciating our beautiful blue planet. .
Although we don’t know whether this whale is trying to communicate something, or just having a good time swimming around in British Columbia’s Campbell River, breaching whales can definitely put on quite a show. So, for brightening our day, we want to award this whale with today’s Biofriendly Image of the Day. Image by Yutaka […]