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Ride the waves with our experts in search of the biggest mammals on the planet.
Peter Cairns can think of nothing better than photographing seabird colonies on the Scottish coast - and he's certainly not alone.
You don’t need to travel overseas to encounter orcas. Rob Lott introduces the largest, most exciting hunters in British waters – and wonders if our only resident pod has a future here.
Shetland is the best place in Britain to see orcas, otters and breeding seabirds. James Fair reports on the islands that some say rival the Galápagos as a wildlife experience.
The team are ready to announce the winning name chosen for the young female orca that lives in the pod known by scientists as the West Coast Community. Drumroll, please...
It may be bigger than a dinosaur, but the amount we don’t know about the blue whale is probably larger still. Now, new research suggests this giant may be more numerous than we’d dared hope.
Some of the world’s best whale-watching can be found in a small group of islands in the mid-Atlantic. James Fair visits the Azores to learn how to tell one sperm whale from another and how to spot sei whales’ footprints.