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Beached Galveston Whale Raises Concerns and Curiosities
April 29, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

Back in December, a 44-foot sei whale (Balaenoptera borealis) washed ashore and died on the Galveston coastline near the Terramar subdivision. It was sighted by a passerby who spied it rolling in the waves, its spout the only clear sign that it was alive. A crowd gathered, including a local dolphin rescue group and machinery […]

A Whale of a Tale
August 26, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: Erwin Winkelman HMNS was honored last week when Minerals Management Service  (MMS) chose our Wiess Energy Hall for an announcement about their six-year, $9.3 million study of endangered sperm whales in the Gulf of Mexico. Part of the mission of MMS is to promote responsible use of energy and mineral resources on federal land […]

Animal-eye view: Q&A with Crittercam inventor Greg Marshall
May 21, 2008 · 1 Comment

Greg Marshall, with the latest incarnation of CritterCam. Crittercam, a new exhibit at The Woodlands Xploration Station, takes visitors underwater with whales, across the Serengeti with lions and over the Antarctic glacier with penguins. Its unique animal-eye view gives us an unprecedented look into animal behavior – and the world they live in. Greg Marshall […]



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