Male killer whales 'more likely to DIE if they are not centre of social group'

10/26/2017
Researchers from the universities of Exeter and York (UK) and the Center for Whale Research (USA) found the most socially isolated males were ...
A study conducted by researchers from the University of Exter, the University of York and the Center for Whale Research and published in the journal ...
10/24/2017
A Southern Resident killer whale breaches out of the water. Credit: Kenneth Balcomb, Center for Whale Research. Male killer whales are more likely ...
Male killer whales are more likely to die if they are not at the centre of their social group, new research has found. Scientists showed that the most ...
“Killer whales are highly cooperative, and males at the centre of a social group are likely to have better access to social information and food-sharing ...

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