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All About Whale
  • All whales have two "pectoral" flippers. They use them for stopping and turning.
  • All whales have tail flukes. (Each side of the tail is called a "fluke.")
  • Tails vary in size and shape depending on the kind of whale and individual.
  • With certain species, scientists identify individual animals just by the color pattern, shape and scarring of the tail (and dorsal fin).
  • Some whales have a dorsal fin. Some do not.
  • Fins vary in size and shape depending on the kind of whale and individual.
  • Scientists identify some individual animals just by the color pattern, shape and scarring of their dorsal fin.
  • Whales breathe air. A whale's nose is on top of its head. It is called a blowhole.
  • The largest is the blue whale, which can reach lengths up to 90 feet long.
  • One of the smallest species is the Commerson's dolphin which reaches lengths up to 3 to 4 feet.
  • Some whales travel in small groups with other whales of the same species, others do not.
  • Today, in some rare cases whales are hunted for meat. In general, this is mostly done by local or "native" peoples that rely on whale meat to survive
Name: Whale
Male Name: bull
Female Name: cow
Kid/Baby Name: calf
Group Name: gam, grind, herd, pod, school
 
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