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CRESLI's fin whale page
Fin whale 1991 Fin whale 1991 Fin whale 1996 Note the scars Fin whale 2000 Fin whale 2000 Fin whale 2000 Fin whale 2000 Fin whale 2000 Fin whale 2000 Fin whale 2000 Fin whale 2000 Fin whale 2000 Fin whale 2000 Fin whale ...
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Fin Whale (Balaenoptera physalus) - Office of Protected Resources - NOAA Fisheries
Fin Whale (Balaenoptera physalus) Fin Whale (Balaenoptera physalus) Photo: NMFS Southwest Fisheries Science Center Fin Whale ( ... Fin Whale [pdf] NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries Channel Islands Sanctuary Fin Whale Species Card Cordell Bank Sanctuary Fin Whale Species Card Monitor Sanctuary Fin Whale Species Card NOAA Ocean Explorer Fin Whale Call recording U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Fin Whale ...
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Fin Whale
Fin Whale Fin Whale Balaenoptera physalus Endangered Sometimes called "the greyhound of the deep," the average length of North ... seven individuals. An adult fin whale may consume one to one and a half metric tons of food per day, feeding mainly on krill and occasionally herring. Fin whales reach the Gulf of ...
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Fin Whale
Fin Whale Fin Whale Balaenoptera physalus Endangered Sometimes called "the greyhound of the deep," the average length of North ... seven individuals. An adult fin whale may consume one to one and a half metric tons of food per day, feeding mainly on krill and occasionally herring. Fin whales reach the Gulf of ...
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STW - Fin Whale
STW - Fin Whale FIN WHALE Balaenoptera physalus (Linnaeus 1758) Also called Razorback, Finner, Finback, Common Rorqual, and the Greyhound of the Sea. The fin whale is second in size only to the blue whale, the largest whale at 100 feet. For an animal that weighs up to 80 tons and may reach a length of 80 feet, the streamlined fin whale is an amazingly ...
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Ocean Alliance - EDUCATION - Whale Education Kit
Humpback: sing at normal voice level 'humpbaaaack', Fin Whale: Shout at the top of their lungs 'FIN WHAAAALE!' Using these voices, students are to ' ... that a real life fin whale would be 70 feet long. Compare to auditorium) Like song birds, each species of whale uses a different ... in touch. Dolphins form tight groups in large numbers, while fin whale pods may be scattered as widely as the area of ...
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Ecobeetle's Endangered Species - Killer Whale - Conservation Information,Pictures,Facts,Links,Books
Wombat African Elephant Cheetah Orangutan Leatherback Sea Turtle Killer Whale Grizzly Bear Giant Panda Sea Otter Blue Whale Gray Whale Humpback Whale Fin Whale Minke Whale Sei Whale Northern Elephant Seal Steller Sea Lion Harbour ... occasionally enters estuaries and small bays. The Killer Whale has distinctive black and white markings with a prominent dorsal fin. The dorsal fin is from 1.0 to 1.8 ...
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CRESLI Whale watch sighting reports
Whale Watch Reports Summer 2007 Summer 2006 Summer 2005 Summer 2004 Summer 2003 Summer 2002 Summer 2001 Summer 2000 Summer 2007 Great South Channel 8/14-16, 2007 Cetaceans Birds Fin whale: 1 Minke whale:1 Humpback ... fin whales; 1 humpback whale; hundreds of Cory's shearwaters; several dozen greater shearwaters September 1, 2000 12 fin whales; 2 minke whales; 1 humpback whale ...
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Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies | Whale Rescue | Frequently Asked Questions
A whale watch boat standing by an entangled whale - identifying marks become important in situations like this where the ... distances. If a whale is in an aggregation, following that particular whale can be challenging. Identifying the whale as an individual, using scars or the shape of the dorsal fin is helpful in ...
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Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies | Whale Rescue | Latest Disentanglement - right whale, Yellowfin
The whale was found at 7am just north of ... sunset, naturalists working aboard the Dolphin Fleet whale watch vessels reported an entangled humpback whale on Stellwagen Bank. Based upon ... whale, identified as Regulus, a mature male, appears to be quite thin and has a tight wrap of rope around the mid-section, just forward of the dorsal fin ...
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