The world famous Sea Mammal Research Unit has issued a special collection of research papers to mark its 40th anniversary.
Grey seal pups with naturally high oxytocin levels gain more mass before weaning, without increasing the amount they are fed.
Three University professors are recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
International researchers argue that animals’ cultural knowledge should be considered when planning international conservation efforts.
Dolphins are picky about who they are friends with and shun rival groups, new SMRU research has found.
Dolphins in the northern Adriatic contain high levels of toxic chemicals and are passing them to their young.
A new study reveals that whales, dolphins and porpoises use narrow beams of high intensity sound to echolocate prey.
Major research grant will study Antarctic glacier.
Whales remain at risk from sonar sounds
Insights into the sea mammals published by Natural History Museum