Published August 2003 by Smart Apple Media .
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They have astounding body parts— tongues that weigh two tons, a heart as large as a small car and skin-folds that extend from beneath the tips of their lower jaws to their navels. When expanded, these folds increase the interior of a blue whale's.
Blue whale, (Balaenoptera musculus), also called sulfur-bottom whale, the most massive animal ever to have lived, a species of baleen whale that weighs approximately tons and may attain a length of more than 30 metres (98 feet). The largest accurately measured blue whale was a metre female that weighed metric tons (nearly short [U.S.] tons), but there are reports of metre.
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Blue whales are invaluable for the study of variation in long-range signals because they live in a highly fluid social environment, and their songs - redundant, patterned sequences of infrasonic.
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Blue whales have been found in every ocean of the world: Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic and Southern. Blue whales comprised about 90% of the whaling industry's total catch during the early part of the 20th century, after the advent of harpoon cannons.
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Blue whales grow to be 80 feet (25 m) long on average and are long and missile-shaped with a very small dorsal fin and long, thin flippers. They live individually or in very small pods (groups).
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Blue whales can cruise the oceans at miles an hour. They can accelerate to more than 25 miles an hour when they are agitated. Blue whales are among the loudest animals on the planet.
They emit a series of pulses, groans, and moans. It’s thought that in good conditions blue whales can hear each other up to 1, miles away. The blue whale is a marine mammal. Its scientific name is Balaenoptera Musculus.
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The Best Places for Whale Watching. The following are the world’s best places to watch blue whales in their natural habitat. Saguenay - St. Lawrence Marine Park, Québec. This wonderful marine park is home to marine species, among which live 13 different types of : Mario Passoni.
Why are Blue Whales Endangered. There was a time, when the blue whale was a major animal in every large water body of the world. But the arrival of the whale hunting era, diminished the whale count by such a massive number, that blue whales are still endangered.
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Blue whales are the biggest creatures on the planet. They only eat krill. They dont have gills so they need to swim to the top of the water for air. Blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) are known to be the largest animals to have ever existed on this planet.
They're baleen whales, which means they have fringed plates of fingernail-like material, called baleen, attached to their upper jaws. The giant animals feed by first gulping an enormous mouthful of water, expanding the pleated skin on their throat and belly to take it in.
Then the whale.Whales are, generally, more adept at hearing low-frequency sounds. In fact, some whale species have been shown not to detect high-frequency sounds at all, but this is not a rule.
This sense of hearing is especially useful because whales are known to communicate with one another in an audible way.The Blue Whale can grow up to feet long and weigh betweenandpounds!
Blue Whales are an endangered species and we are very lucky to have a population of about 2, that come to the California coast every summer to feed. You can book for a blue whale sightseeing cruise now or invite your loved ones and close pals to.