- Enchanted Learning: Blue Whale
Profile and coloring page for the rorqual whales that are know to be the largest and loudest animals on Earth.
- Hawaii Whale Research Foundation
Provides information about the natural history of humpback whales, with emphasis on North Pacific humpbacks in the Hawaiian Islands.
- Gray Whale Advocate
Dedicated to positive advocacy of the gray whale species and the environment in which they live.
- Blue Whale - National Geographic
Get blue whale profile, facts, photos, sounds, habitats, reports, news, and more from National Geographic.
- WhaleTimes Facts: Gray Whales
With facts, figures, and more.
- EarthTrust: Humpback Whales
In-depth page of information and facts on the Humpback and whales in general.
- Bagheera: Gray Whale
Learn about the different populations of gray whales and find out which one is endangered.
- Fin Whale: Balaenoptera Physalus
Brief description and drawing of this animal, from the Canadian Museum of Nature.
- Balaenoptera Musculus (Blue Whale)
Contains information about the largest animals ever to exist on earth. From the Museum of Zoology at the University of Michigan.
- Blue Whale Vocalizations
Offers audio files and descriptions of their calls. The samplings are taken from both Pacific and Atlantic populations.
- Southern Right Whales
Quick facts for Eubaleana Australis, the large baleen whale found in the southern hemisphere.
- Gray Whales of Baja
Read about the plight of these whales.
- North Pacific Right Whales (Eubalaena glacialis)
Biological profile of the very large baleen whales that can reach a length of 60 feet.
- Cetacean Information: Blue Whale
Information on habitat, behavior, and life cycle from Whale Songs.
- Eubalaena glacialis (Northern Right Whale)
Describes their geographic range, habitat, morphology, reproduction, behavior, and conservation status.
- NATURE: Humpback Whales
Learn about their mysterious habits and songs.
- Whales Visit Manly
Photos of humpback whales that are starting to make occasional visits again to Sydney, and a history of whaling.
- Zoom Whales: Humpback Whale
With information sheets, facts, myths, and more.
- Sei Whale: Balbenoptera Borealis
Brief description and drawing of this animal, which is a smaller relative of the fin whale, from the Canadian Museum of Nature.
- Blue Whale Underwater Images
Includes still photographs and video clips of the giant whales by Mike Johnson.