A flock of false killer whales were seen near shores of Giftun Island in Hurghada during a diving trip Wednesday morning.
Eleven dolphins were found dead on a Red Sea beach in what is known as the “Cetacean stranding,” a phenomenon that is still under study globally.
Some attributed the cause of those sounds to the blue whales, a matter which caused a state of fear among citizens.
Global oceans are valued at $24 trillion and we need to save them.
A group of 10 false killer dolphins have been recently spotted swimming around the Red Sea waters of Hurgada.
Environmentalists have filed a lawsuit seeking to force U.S. fisheries managers to implement plans for restricting the number of whales and turtles.
he body size of some whale species diminished by several metres decades before 20th-century factory fishing caused their populations to collapse