Neanderthals ate sharks and dolphins

Neanderthals were eating fish, mussels and seals at a site in present-day Portugal, according to a new study.

By Paul Rincon
March 26, 2020 | bbcnews

~3 mins   

Tags: animals archaeology human-evolution neanderthals dolphins

'Toxic chemical cocktail' passed to baby porpoises

Potent chemicals are unwittingly passed down from mother to calf, according to a UK study.

By Helen Briggs
Dec. 3, 2019 | bbcnews

~3 mins   

Tags: environment pollution oceans dolphins

Dolphins exposed to 'cocktail of pollutants' in English Channel

One of Europe's largest dolphin populations needs special protection, say scientists measuring marine pollution.

By Helen Briggs
Sept. 13, 2019 | bbcnews

~2 mins   

Tags: environment pollution whales dolphins

Stranded whales: Numbers on the rise around UK shores

Diseases, fishing and plastic are some of the causes of whales and dolphins washing up on shores.

By Helen Briggs
Sept. 6, 2019 | bbcnews

~2 mins   

Tags: wildlife animals whales dolphins

CEFAS scientists create first UK map of shipping 'noise'

Scientists want to evaluate the potential effects of sound "hotspots" on marine life.

By David Whiteley
March 4, 2019 | bbcnews

~4 mins   

Tags: whales lowestoft english-channel dolphins

What did the dolphin say to the porpoise? - BBC News

A dolphin in Scotland's Firth of Clyde may be exchanging messages with porpoises.

By Pallab Ghosh | Aug. 29, 2018
~1 mins |

Tags:  relationships  university-of-strathclyde  dolphins  isle-of-cumbrae

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