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Antarctica Blue Whale by Isabel Beasley the largest known animal

Antarctica Blue Whale by Isabel Beasley the largest known animal

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Antarctica Blue Whale by Isabel Beasley, the largest known animal ever to have existed.

Antarctic blue whale. Photo via Isabel Beasley.

Antarctic blue whale. Photo via Isabel Beasley.

Blue Whale

the mighty spine of a Blue Whale (Balaenoptera musculus).largest mammal ever, they are 98 feet long and weigh 200 tons

Blue Whale

Humpback Whale Plays Alongside Sy "Adele" in the Gerlache Strait, Antarctica, January 2007

Blue whale

Blue Whale

Southern Right whales use their iconic tails for sailing in the wind.

Photo of several whales each with only its head visible above the surface

Great Whale Gatherings

Antarctic (Southern) Minke Whale - Balaenoptera bonaerensis

Benjamin Kahn | Independent Researcher | Coral Triangle Oceanic Cetacean Program | ResearchGate

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Humpback Whale © Joshua Barton (image 14)

Thirty days left to save Pygmy blue whales from risk of extinction

Unsustainable food systems threaten wild crop and dolphin species | SOS - Save Our Species I IUCN Global Species Programme

Snubfin dolphin swimming in North Queensland waters © Isabel Beasley / JCU

Photo of humpback in profile with most of its body out of the water, with

Dwarf Minke Whale © Matt Curnock

Blue whale.

Whale Watching near Cape Town in Hermanus. Hermanus Whale Watchers offers boat-based Hermanus whale watching tours from the New Harbour in Hermanus.

Some whales can spend as much as 90% of their lives underwater surfacing from time

Blue whale, cetacean that is the most massive animal ever to have lived. Also includes audio of blue whale call

Blue Whale © Gehan de Silva Wijeyeratne

Antarctica Blue Whale by Isabel Beasley, the largest known animal ever to have existed. | Antarctica | Pinterest | Antarctica

Dugong being released at the \

Lateral view of the head of a melon-headed whale ( Peponocephala

In the first section of this multi-part article, I posed the question of where the greatest gatherings of great whales occur and discussed various ...

Antarctica Blue Whale by Isabel Beasley, the largest known animal ever to have existed. | Antarctica | Pinterest | Antarctica

Dorsal view of the head of a melon-headed whale ( Peponocephala

Blue-whale

The Man Who Sold the Eiffel Tower. Twice.

Snubfin dolphins

Humpback Whale

A dead humpback washed up near Big Sur, California

Humpback swimming on its back in Antarctica

Sperm Whale © Gehan de Silva Wijeyeratne

Head view of a pygmy killer whale ( Feresa attenuata ) April 1994

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The whale song.. An invitation to watch, see and feel

Photographs of the southern elephant seal (Mirounga leonina) seen on several

And how many octopuses were spotted by the Aquarium teams? Around 30—but that number is sure to increase as reports from other divers are compiled.

A tail from a different individual—the tail of each humpback whale is visibly unique

salmon at the Seattle Aquarium

Killer Whale with Stellar Sea Lions

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Bryde's Whale blowholes

Giant Pacific octopus

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Migaloo[edit]

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Saga Spirit of Discovery humpback whale

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About Amanda:

Cedar river salmon journey

The sea cucumber Holothuria nobilis is Endangered in the Indian Ocean. Steven Purcell

Two snubfins drown after they were captured in a commercial fishing net in October, GBRMPA said. Photo Credit: Isabel Beasley, JCU

Black rhinoceros, now classed as Critically Endangered, are still killed opportunistically by hunters despite their rarity.

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Young whale with blowholes clearly visible

Jetwing Eco Holidays naturalist chauffeur guide Niran made a rare sighting of a Grey-necked bunting bird while on tour with Kevin Blake at Kotiyagala in ...

Census of Marine Life publishes historic roll call of species in 25 key world areas

(A) Blue-eyed Shag breeding pair at Crozet, with male standing in

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Saffron Beckwith

Jetwing Eco Holidays naturalist chauffeur guide Niran made a rare sighting of a Grey-necked bunting bird while on tour with Kevin Blake at Kotiyagala in ...

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AMSA2013 Handbook and Abstracts

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Unsustainable food systems threaten wild crop and dolphin species | SOS - Save Our Species I IUCN Global Species Programme

Cetacean surfacing behaviour - Image: Anim 1091 Flickr NOAA Photo Library

Oceans

Humpback whale in Colombia's Uramba Bahía Málaga National Natural Park, a favorite place for whales to give birth to their young, making it a tourist ...

Figure 2. Opportunistic exploitation of the Antarctic blue whale ...

Themes: Whales. Ocean. Home. Family. Little whale and her mother are going home, home to where the calf will meet her relatives, ...

A humpback straining water through its baleen after lunging.

Fig. 5. Foraging trips of young, mid-and old-ages breeding

Seagrass beds are important but vulnerable coastal ecosystems in the Coral Triangle. New research shows that planting multiple species of seagrass is more ...

Estimates of Chilean blue whale annual abundance from 2004–2012 and POPAN

Sperm Whale 2

Blue whale study areas in central and southern Chile. Circle: waters

Australian snubfin dolphin

Photographs of a Manta birostris (specimen #1) taken off Montague Island on the

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Robert Brownell | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Washington, D.C. | NOAA | Southwest Fisheries Science Center | ResearchGate

The Snow Wombat - 2-5 years

A is for Australian animals by Frane Lessac