Whale Questions and Answers

A group of whales swims in a shrinking circle blowing bubbles below a school of prey. the shrinking ring of bubbles encircles the school and confines it in an ever-smaller cylinder. the whales then ...

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5 Ft. Long By 3 Ft. Wide

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The average tooth of an orca or killer whale is 3 inches long. The killer whale's teeth are very strong and its jaws exert a powerful grip; the upper teeth fall into the gaps between the lower ...

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Like cows and camels, baby whales are called calves. The parent whales, like humans, spend a great deal of time nursing their young. Some species such as the humpback whale nurse just a few hours ...

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The blubber of a blue whale can range from 2-14 inches thick. Blue whales were abundant in nearly all the oceans on Earth until the beginning of the twentieth century. For over a century, they ...

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Adult, fully mature grey whales have 160. Notable features that distinguish the gray whale from other mysticetes include its baleen that is variously described as cream, off-white, or blond in ...

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The answer is 12,300 pounds. Orcas are often called killer whales. Though they don't typically attack humans, this name is still well-chosen due to the animal's ability to take down large marine ...

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Baby whales gain up to 200 pounds every day. After about a year inside its mother's womb, a baby blue whale emerges weighing up to 3 tons and stretching to 25 feet. It gorges on nothing but ...

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Hawiian legends, myths, rituals, ceremonies
Petroglpyh carvings
Writings of early 19th century Hawaiians
Hawaiian language

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A baleen whale eats krill. Right whales eat zooplankton (animal plankton). Their finely fringed baleen is able to strain from the water copepods (a type of small crustacean) and other small ...

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