Penguins, humpback whales and seals feeding in the ocean - David Attenborough - BBC wildlife David Attenborough looks at krill and humpbacks in the ocean. In conjuction, the humpbacks and their synchronised under water ballet, provides them with all the krill they need. From the BBC.
Awesome Whales Music Video Amazing vision of humpback whales in the Indian Ocean from our endangered species series Before It's Too Late - WhaleSong
Whale Song An encounter with Sweetheart and her calf Heartthrob. An hour long encounter unique in the fact that it was the first time in our twenty years of research that a mother allowed a calf to interact directly with us in total trust. We name the whales mnemonically. We give them a name associated with a bodily marking or personality trait which helps us to remember and quickly recognize them in future encounters. Sweetheart, the mother, is named after a heart shaped marking she has near her dorsal fin. She is with her new calf Heartthrob who is only a few months old. Calves remain with their mother for about a year. Sweetheart had a calf in 1998 named Heartsong and a calf in 1999 named Heartbeat. The two escorts are also whales that are very well known to us. Their names are Nebo and Demi. The song is clearly audible through the hull of the research vessel. Depending on the proximity of the singer, the song is also audible while standing on the deck. The sound pressure level of the song is reduced significantly once it passes into the air. Whales speak to each other constantly. The cadence and syncopation of their normal conversations are much different from that of their songs. They often make sounds above water through their blow holes. Balaena universus hominis Whale as one with Human SONGLINES documents the evolution of the intricate and beautiful East Australian Humpback song. An hour of pristine digital recordings selected from five different ...
Humpback Whale Washes Ashore An investigation is underway after a humpback whale washes ashore in Little Compton.
Whale Hunting Krill in Antarctica - Planet Earth - BBC wildlife Faint disturbances in the heart of Antarctic waters gives way to breathtaking images of Whales hunting Krill in this fantastic video from BBC natural history masterpiece, Planet Earth.
Noah and The Whale - Shape Of My Heart - Official Video See the video of Noah and The Whale's new single
Killer Whale vs. Sea Lions Off the coast of Argentina, seasoned killer whales hunt sea lion pups. See all National Geographic videos:
Blue Whale captures from "The Blue Planet" published by BBC
Noah And The Whale - LIFEGOESON Music video by Noah And The Whale performing LIFEGOESON. (C) 2010 Mercury Records Limited
The Exploding Whale a beached (and dead) whale is blown up
Whale Shark Thailand's Richelieu Rock is a "hot spot" for whale shark sightings and on 4th March 2005 I was lucky enough to capture the World's largest fish in all its glory. This female whale shark (Rhincodon typus) is missing the top of her tail and would be easy to identify again. The music is "Freefall Into The Blue" by Mark Ellison. I was diving with More Similan Islands videos on http
Noah and the Whale - 5 Years Time - Official Watch the vid to Noah and the Whale's single '5 Years Time'...enjoy!
Whale Shark How does the whale shark feed its colossal 10-ton appetite? See all National Geographic videos:
Caught On Tape: Whale Crashes on Boat A 40-ton whale landed on the deck of a sail boat off the coast of South Africa, much to the surprise of the couple on board. Katie Couric reports.
Modest Mouse - The Whale Song Music video by Modest Mouse performing The Whale Song. (C) 2009 Sony Music Entertainment
Whale evolution How do we know whales evolved from land mammals?
Raw Video: Mass Stranding of Pilot Whales Marine mammal rescuers respond to a mass stranding of pilot whales in the Florida Keys. At least 15 whales are stranded in shallow Gulf of Mexico waters. It is not known why they are there. (May 6)
Hobo Humpin slobo babe - Whale Video clip
Noah and the Whale - 'LIFEGOESON' (Official Video) Download now: From the new album 'Last Night On Earth' out March 7th.
Whale Rider trailer Whale Rider (2002) trailer
Beluga Whale Video Clip 1 The beluga whale is a small, toothed whale that is white as an adult. Beluga means "white one" in Russian. It is estimated that there are about 40000 to 80000 beluga whales world wide. St. Lawrence, Cook Inlet, and Alaskan belugas are classified as endangered. Belugas are threatened by pollution (DDT, PCB's, etc.) in estuary waters that they frequent and breed in. They have the most sophisticated bio sonar of all. See more about the beluga in our film Before It's Too Late - The Zoos Future Proofing
Whales Blowing Bubble Rings Extraordinary footage of Japanese Beluga whales that have been trained to blow bubble rings.
Video Before Killer Whale Attack Trainer Dawn Brancheau was taped moments before her death in a video taken by a SeaWorld visitor. SeaWorld will allow the whale who killed her to perform in shows. Mark Strassmann reports.
Whale hits & smashes yacht in South Africa (Photos courtesy: Cape Town Sailing Academy www.capetownsailing.co.za by James Dugmore and Paloma Werner) A South African couple have had the fright of their lives when a Southern Right Whale jumped onto the deck of their boat. Sailing instructor Ralph Mothes and his partner Paloma Werner of Cape town Sailing Academy were sailing the yacht "Intrepid" off the coast of Cape Town when they spotted the whale breaching out of the water some distance away. Suddenly it got close to them, leaped out of the water and crashed onto their yacht.
Humpback Whale Song Whale Song! Ringtone for iPhone users-search iTunes store. Plenty more great ocean videos at santostv on youtube. Aloha!
Whale - Hobo Humpin Slobo Babe Whale - Hobo Humpin Slobo Babe (1994) Label: EastWest Rock Video Monthly - June 1994
Beached Whale A whale wakes up on a New Zealand beach
A Depressed Whale Whale depression is a serious issue.
Faroe Whale Cull - Faroe Islands October 2007 The Faroe Islands, midway between Scotland and Iceland, were settled by Vikings a thousand years ago. Remote and intriguing, they look like something out of a Norse fairy tale. People live in log houses with turf rooves, speak an ancient Viking language and delight in dressing up in traditional costume and singing Norse ballads. But there is one part of their picture-postcard culture that outsiders find positively shocking. Every northern summer, Faroese herd pods of pilot whales to shore and butcher them with hooks and knives, before cutting up the meat to share with each family. It's seen as a birth right and a celebration of Faroese culture. The islanders have steadfastly resisted international pressure to stop. Kate Sanderson moved to the Faroes from Australia 22 years ago and married a local. She tells tells us, " You know what we say, save the whales -- for dinner! Sanderson is the chief international negotiator on whaling and fishing. "Two generations of media hype and campaigning against whaling have really warped people's view of what whaling today is all about," she says. "Those countries that continue to (hunt) whales today are all countries that have a very long tradition of eating whale. Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
Happy Tree Friends - Get Whale Soon! Anchors away! It's an adventure at sea for Russell and Lumpy! Episodes, games, merchandise & DVDs visit: HTF on Facebook bit.ly HTF on Twitter: bit.ly
Killer Whale Kills SeaWorld Trainer CBS News RAW: Officials in Orlando said there was no foul play concerning a fatal incident at SeaWorld, where a trainer there drowned after falling into a tank with a killer whale.
Whale Attack A pod of orcas launch a coordinated attack on a grey whale and her calf. National Geographic Channel:
Destroyed in Seconds- Beached Whale Explosion 15% off DVDs and more at Discovery Store* bit.ly Local authorities in Florence, Oregon attempt to dispose of a beached whale by blasting it with dynamite. Check out more Destroyed In Seconds Thursdays at 9pm ET on Discovery Channel! *Offer excludes custom fan gear. Discount applied at checkout.
Cruel Whaling Greenpeace activists try to stop the cruel (japanese) whaling business. But they unfortunately don't always succeed, so they have to witness it.
Sperm Whale Diving A baby sperm whale learns to swim alone while its mother hunts deep below. See All National Geographic Videos
BBC Planet Earth (Blue whale) BBC Planet Earth
CNN: Whale crashes into boat Whale of a landing as a whale crashes into a sailboat. Sailors live to tell the tale to CNN's Jeanne Moos.
Oregon's Exploding Whale - 1970 KATU (original report)  The original footage of the exploding whale first appeared on KATU Channel 2 Portland, OR, in 1970. The story was reported by Paul Linnman; the photographer was Doug Brazil. This is the lower-quality, unabridged report from 1970. Please visit
Whale Sharks' Unusual Feast The world's largest shark feeds on some of the tiniest of creatures.
Humpback Whale: Hunting Technique An intelligent technique Humpback Whales use when hunting Herring.
Blue Whale - Blue Planet - BBC wildlife The largest creature in the sea and the largest creature that has ever lived, this amazing clip shows the awesome size of the Blue Whale.
Killer Whale vs. Jaws In 1997, just off the Farallon Islands, a group of whale watchers watch an Orca prey upon a great white shark. Wild: The Whale That Ate Jaws :