Saturday, March 28, 2009

Killer Whales Spotted In The Gulf Of Mexico

Hundreds of Killer Whales have been spotted in the Gulf of Mexico. Normally associated with the colder waters of the north, it does seem strange. Scientists believe the whales have been in the Gulf for years, Mullin said, and that their presence - though startling to some anglers - isn't a sign of climate change or other manmade condition. Their relatively small population and the speed at which pods move make them difficult to count, which could have led to lower estimates. Click here to read the article in the Star-Telegram.

1 comment:

starnes family said...

See? This is what concerns me. I've always wanted to scuba after snorkeling many times. But, how do the sharks know the rules? What would stop them from finding me?