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The whale is a mammal, not a fish. Both have fins, and live in water.Otherwise, they are totally different.


No. Sharks are fish, whereas whales are mammals.


Fish, seals, krill, dolphins, and other thing that live in the oceans


Most whales do not eat fish, they feed on plankton and krill. The ones that do eat fish do it for the same reason that we do, for food.


other whales, seals, sharks, fishes, jelly fish .


Whales live world wide, and migrate to tropical areas in the spring and summer to typically give birth to their calf or calvesDo you mean Wales? It sounds the same as whales, but spelled differently. Wales is part of the United Kingdom in Europe, just west of England.If you meant whales. Whales are located in all of the Earth's major oceans.


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There is a great different between fish and whales. Fish can stay underwater and never come to the surface. They breathe through gills. Whales are a mammal, meaning they have lungs they breathe through. Whales have a blowhole in which they come to the surface for air. Same as which a dolphin does. A fish has a vertical tail. A mammal, whale and dolphin, has a horizontal tail.


They are both a type of large fish. They are also predators.


No. Sharks, being fish, have vertical tails, while whales, being mammals, have horizontal tails.


same way you do with fish except you need a net and a big boat. :]


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yeah they do u know y because they live in they same water sometimes


No! because tropical fish live in heated water and koi in cold water.


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