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  • 2018 / 04 / 17

    Earth Day 2018: We all take a bit of the blame

    Par Marie-Ève Muller / Headline

    Earth Day will be celebrated around the world on April 22. In Quebec, the tone is more severe than in previous years: “We all take a bit of the blame”. Gone are the days when you could poi...

  • Le jeune femelle s'est échouée à l'Étang-du-Nord dimanche le 25 mars et n'a pas survécu à son échouage. © Joël Landry 2018 / 03 / 29

    Humpback Stranded in Magdalen Islands: Questions & Answers

    Par Josiane Cabana / Headline

      On Sunday, March 25, the Quebec Marine Mammal Emergency Response Network received a call concerning a beached humpback whale in the surf at Étang-du-Nord in the Magdalen Islands. The whale di...

  • The team of Université de Montréal's Faculty of Veterinary Medicine prepares to conduct the necropsy of an adult male beluga © GREMM 2017 / 10 / 04

    From the Sea to the Lab: The Journey of a Beluga Carcass (2/3)

    Par Josiane Cabana / Beluga-en / Headline

    From Necropsy to Microscope Last week, we tracked the journey of a female beluga from drifting offshore to the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Université de Montréal. This week, discover the n...

  • Un marsouin commun portant des marques de dents de dauphins, trouvé à l'Anse-au-Griffon. © Hélène Bernatchez 2017 / 09 / 14

    1-877-7baleine Still Active as Autumn Draws Near

    Par Josiane Cabana / Headline

    Marine Mammals Emergencies has handled a variety of interesting cases in the past few weeks...

  • © GREMM 2017 / 07 / 31

    WITH THE BELUGAS: WEEKS OF JULY 10 and 17, 2017

    Par Équipe du Bleuvet / Beluga / Headline

    Our team began to see the first calves of the year several weeks ago already, but in the past two weeks, we have been encountering them in almost every herd, and even up to five in a single herd! When...

  • 2017 / 07 / 14

    With the Belugas: Week of July 3, 2017

    Par Équipe du Bleuvet / Beluga / Headline

    Identifying  Individual Belugas Belugas are not one of the most easily recognizable whale species. They do not systematically show their tail when they dive like humpbacks, do not show pigment patter...

  • 2017 / 06 / 10

    St. Lawrence Week: Humpback Whale

    Par Marie-Ève Muller / Headline

    As part of St. Lawrence Week, Whales Online offers a glimpse of species that have a special meaning for each of our authors. A memory, a photo, a quote, a story. Every encounter with whales leaves an ...

  • 2017 / 06 / 09

    St. Lawrence Week: Beluga

    Par GREMM / Headline

     As part of St. Lawrence Week, Whales Online offers a glimpse of species that have a special meaning for each of our authors. A memory, a photo, a quote, a story. Every encounter with whales leaves a...

  • © Jean Lemire (archive) 2017 / 06 / 07

    St. Lawrence Week: North Atlantic Right Whale

    Par Béatrice Riché / Headline

     As part of St. Lawrence Week, Whales Online offers a glimpse of species that have a special meaning for each of our authors. A memory, a photo, a quote, a story. Every encounter with whales leaves a...

  • 2017 / 06 / 06

    St. Lawrence Week: Minke Whale

    Par Marie-Ève Muller / Headline

    As part of St. Lawrence Week, Whales Online offers a glimpse of species that have a special meaning for each of our authors. A memory, a photo, a quote, a story. Every encounter with whales leaves an ...