The Whales That Carry Worlds On Their Backs

The each species of skywhale carries a different biome on their back. For a planet to exist with variable geography, individuals of the various species must band together and fit the environments they carry together. » 9/10/14 1:30am 9/10/14 1:30am

Squids evolved giant eyes to watch out for sperm whales

The colossal and giant squids that lurk in the ocean depths are truly remarkable creatures. If there's one feature that's really striking, it's their gigantic eyes, which are any times bigger than any other known marine organism's eyes. » 3/15/12 11:21am 3/15/12 11:21am

The science behind whales' asymmetrical skulls

Symmetry is beautiful, right? People with symmetric faces are considered more attractive. Almost all animals have symmetrical bodies. Self-help books always blather on about 'symmetry and balance'. But when you hunt under water, does symmetry become a hindrance? » 8/23/11 7:00am 8/23/11 7:00am