Satellite tracking reveals north-south whale highway across the Mediterranean, intersecting one of the world’s busiest ship lanes

 This is a replicate of a news item posted on the website of the Tethys Research Institute a few days ago:

Fin whales that live in the oceans are known to undergo seasonal migrations between the tropics and high-latitude waters spanning thousands of km. By contrast, movements of the population of fin whales residing in the . . . → Read More: Satellite tracking reveals north-south whale highway across the Mediterranean, intersecting one of the world’s busiest ship lanes

Tethys’ 25th birthday

So, the Tethys Research Institute is now a quarter of century old.  That distant 31 January 1986 seems like yesterday though, when I walked into the notary’s office to create Tethys with friend Egidio Gavazzi, then the publisher of Aqua, a magazine I was science editor of.  At the time we were animated by . . . → Read More: Tethys’ 25th birthday