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  • By: Zara Bryant Marine mammal- Jerry Skinner
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  • Types: different species Minke Whale Brydes Whale Sei Whale Fin Whale Blue Whale Humpback Whale Pygmy Whale Southern Right Whale Minke Whale Brydes Whale Sei Whale Fin Whale Blue Whale Humpback Whale Pygmy Whale Southern Right Whale
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  • Minke Whale Smallest of the Baleen whales Nickname: sharp-headed finner Two blow holes White band on flippers Grows to 25-30 feet Seasonal feeder- carnivors Dive time- 20-25 minutes, usually shorter Swim speed- 3-16mph Breeding in winter, near surface in warm waters Life span- 20 years Smallest of the Baleen whales Nickname: sharp-headed finner Two blow holes White band on flippers Grows to 25-30 feet Seasonal feeder- carnivors Dive time- 20-25 minutes, usually shorter Swim speed- 3-16mph Breeding in winter, near surface in warm waters Life span- 20 years
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  • Bryde and Sei whale Second smallest 40-50 feet Blueish/ greyish bodies Weighs 14-17 tons Speed- 34.5 mph Brydes whales appear to be near- shore, year-round residents of tropical and subtropical waters Sei whales - have curved dorsal fin and short pointed flippers Third largest Second smallest 40-50 feet Blueish/ greyish bodies Weighs 14-17 tons Speed- 34.5 mph Brydes whales appear to be near- shore, year-round residents of tropical and subtropical waters Sei whales - have curved dorsal fin and short pointed flippers Third largest
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  • Fin whale Second largest Fastest swimming of all whales Average length 66 feet Dive- 20 minutes Speed- 30mph Has special abilites Second largest Fastest swimming of all whales Average length 66 feet Dive- 20 minutes Speed- 30mph Has special abilites
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  • Blue Whale Largest whale- largest mammal Eat- plankton and krill Two blow holes- 2-14inch thick of blubber Grows to 80-100 feet long Weighs-150 tons Live in very small pods(groups) Speed-3-20mph Very loud whales, and live in all oceans A pack of killer whales tend to attack young blue whales Lifespan- 35-40 years old Estimated about 10,000- 14,000 blue whales Largest whale- largest mammal Eat- plankton and krill Two blow holes- 2-14inch thick of blubber Grows to 80-100 feet long Weighs-150 tons Live in very small pods(groups) Speed-3-20mph Very loud whales, and live in all oceans A pack of killer whales tend to attack young blue whales Lifespan- 35-40 years old Estimated about 10,000- 14,000 blue whales
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  • Humpback whale Sings amazing songs Bulky head thats bumpy Grows- 52 feet Weighs- 30-50tons Travel in large loose groups Dive- 15-30 minutes Speed- 3-9mph Shallow waters Lifespan- 45-50 years Endangered species Population- 10,000-15,000 Sings amazing songs Bulky head thats bumpy Grows- 52 feet Weighs- 30-50tons Travel in large loose groups Dive- 15-30 minutes Speed- 3-9mph Shallow waters Lifespan- 45-50 years Endangered species Population- 10,000-15,000
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  • Pygmy Whale Located off the coast of Africa Have 17 pairs of ribs Grows 6.1 meters Yellowish strip above upper jaw Speed- 5-8 mph Enjoys company of dolphins and sei whales Mouth extends to below and behind the eyes Diet- copecods Located off the coast of Africa Have 17 pairs of ribs Grows 6.1 meters Yellowish strip above upper jaw Speed- 5-8 mph Enjoys company of dolphins and sei whales Mouth extends to below and behind the eyes Diet- copecods
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  • Southern Right Whale Head hairier then others Females are larger then males Grows- 45-50 feet Skin- usually black, dark grey with white or brown patches Population- 500- 1,000 whales Lifespan- 60 years Lives in temperate cool seas Two blow holes on the top of the head Weighs- 120,000 pounds Head hairier then others Females are larger then males Grows- 45-50 feet Skin- usually black, dark grey with white or brown patches Population- 500- 1,000 whales Lifespan- 60 years Lives in temperate cool seas Two blow holes on the top of the head Weighs- 120,000 pounds

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