Science & Environment
With so much human activity close to the shore and at sea, how much longer can we continue to enjoy this natural light show?
This rare sexual display, never caught on camera before, reveals the complex social lives of humpback dolphins.
Clive Phillips argues in favour of a major shift away from the role of zoos as visitor attractions. He says, instead, zoos should reestablish themselves as important educational facilities.
A strange new species of dolphin, that is said to be over 19-20 million years old, has been found among forgotten fossils kept in the Smithsonian.
Rare footage of a pod of false killer whales hunting down a juvenile shark has been captured by drone off Cronulla beach in Sydney’s south.
The riddle of how toxicants in our waterways affect turtles and dolphins could be solved before the animals even show signs of illness.
WA’s dolphins are at it again – first they formed a mothers group, now they are turning meal times into a fine culinary art.
David discovers that Port Stephens is home to an abundance of dolphins looking for fun
The impressive annual precipitation of 9m makes diving at Milford Sound a unique experience.
Dolphins play in the crystal-clear waters of Almonta Beach, on the Eyre Peninsular, SA