An international team of scientists has discovered that ancient marine organisms known as Tribrachidium were able to feed on particles in the water through a process called suspension feeding. This suggests that early large and complex creatures likely had more complicated ecosystems that what was initially thought.
Earth/Environment December 1, 2015
A new study has found that blue whales conserve their energy by not feeding when krill counts are low, instead waiting to dive for food when counts are much higher.
Animals October 3, 2015
Humpback Whales do not just sing to communicate with other whales. New study reveals their singing also play an important role when they hunt for prey at the bottom of the sea.
Animals December 19, 2014