Humans and killer whales share similar life histories

Among the lighthouses and kelp forests in the Salish Sea in North America lives a family of killer whales. The leader of the family group is their matriarch, a mother and grandmother, who has a lifetime of knowledge about every coastline and waterway in the area. Travelling with her are her offspring and grandoffspring. It... Continue Reading →

A decade of tropical entanglement

If you stay in science long enough, you’ll probably find that there’s a project in your life that seems like it just won’t go away. Something you care about, but you leave to simmer on the back burner for a while because it’s never quite your #1 priority. And sometimes, in the blink of an... Continue Reading →

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