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the whale

Whales are known as the largest animal on the planet. They are about 100 feet long and weigh around 200 tons. They are carnivorous animal and their life span goes to 90 years. They like to eat fish, larvae, crabs, seals, walrus, and many more things.
When they are together they form a pod. whale live in all oceans of the world. They have good hearing ability along with their loudness. During summers they move to polar places and they migrate to equator regions when it is winter.

Whale videos

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Shark Swimming with fish






Whale Internet resources

Beluga Whale: Wildlife Notebook Series
Beluga Whale species description from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Wildlife Notebook Series.

Beluga Whales
Beluga Whale habitat, care, conservation and more..

Whale Coloring Page
Free Whale coloring page to download

Killer Whales
A SeaWorld killer whale resources.

Hammerhead shark Facts
Hammerhead shark Facts, information and more..

AquaFacts: Belugas
Belugas live in the Arctic and sub-Arctic waters of the world

Listen to the Songs of the Humpback Whale
These are actual recordings of humpback whales in the ocean. Four samples are available for your listening pleasure.

Whales on the Net
Join us on a wonderful journey into the world of Cetaceans, Dive down to the greatest depths and discover the Blue whale, the Right whale, Sperm, Humpback, Sei, Gray, Bowhead, Fin, Minke, Orca, Dolphins and more. Pick your favourite whale or dolphin and find out what it is doing, what it looks like and where it lives.

GoldenStateImages - Gray Whale Images
Photography of Gray Whales during annual migration along the coast of california and in the lagoons of baja california mexico.

About Whales
Fairweather Adventures' site includes a section that highlights the antics and beauty of Orca and Humpback Whales; including Java and Flash 4 slideshows.

WhaleNet at Wheelock College, Boston
An interactive educational project sponsored by Wheelock College in Boston, Massachusetts with support from the National Science Foundation.

The Whale-Watching Web: Cetacean Encyclopaedia
By watching the whales you can prolong the life of cetaceans as a species.

Whale Songs
We Broadcast Live Whale Songs to the World

The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Whale-Watching Web
This site has information about whale watching. Includes links to other sites.

Blue whale underwater photos Balaenoptera musculus California
Underwater and aerial photos of the blue whale, the largest animal on earth.

Whale Watching is devoted to delivering a quick and easy way to locate, book and contact whale watching tour companies. In addition, we are committed to providing you quality information about the whale species, conservation and the latest whale watching related news

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