A website full of color and information. This is the
place to start if you want to know something about any
kind of whale known today. There is even a geological
time chart showing when whales began to appear. Did you
know that there are currently 40 genera of living
cetaceans, or whales, and 140 extinct cetaceans.
Charlotte, The Vermont Whale
Learn more about this unusual find. A whale discovered
in the middle of land locked Vermont, USA.
Whale Watching World-Wide
A collection of links and information about where,
when and how to whale watch around the world. An
extensive directory for the eco-tourist or even the
Orca Adoption Program - San Juan Museum
Adopt an Orca and learn where your money will go.
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Visit the movies section of this website for some
stunning movies and virtual reality animations of
humpback whale activity. See a virtual whale create a
bubble net similar to the nets used to catch fish by
What do you know about cetaceans?
From the US National Marine Mammal Laboratory learn
more about their command and unusual behaviors. Many
commonly refered to, but rarely explained, behaviors are
explained in simple terms and include photos of many.