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Skip to main content WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation Menu About Whales and dolphinsWhales - meet the different species Dolphins - meet the different species Facts about whales Facts about dolphins Brain Power Introduction to whale and dolphin species guide Endangered species Record breakers Living alongside humans
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Slate Sign In Sign Up The Legend of the Loneliest Whale in the World The Legend of the Loneliest Whale in the World Slate Sign In Sign Up SlateWild ThingsSlate’s animal blog.Aug. 27 2014 1:22 PM The Legend of the Loneliest Whale in the World By Leslie Jamison   Illustration by Tim Jeffs This article is excerpte
The blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) is a marine mammal belonging to the baleen whale s ( Mysticeti ). At up to in length and with a maximum recorded weight of and probably reaching over tonnes short tons), it is the largest animal ever known to have existed. Long and slender, the blue whales body can be various shad
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