Russian scientists have released footage showing a rare white orca that is part of a small pod known to inhabit waters near the Commander Islands east of the Kamchatka Peninsula (see video). The orca, named "Iceberg," is believed to be the only pure white adult male orca to have been documented. It was spotted and photographed twice in 2010 but scientists with the Far East Russia Orca Project did not release footage until this week.
The world's only known all-white male killer whale has been spotted in the Pacific Ocean off Russia, scientists announced Monday. The orca, dubbed "Iceberg" by the scientists, was spotted swimming with a pod of 12 others. Iceberg ha... Read Post
Scientists at the University of East Anglia (UEA) have made an advance in breast cancer research which shows how some enzymes released by cancerous cells could have a protective function. New research published today in the Journal ... Read Post