Some species of whale near New Zealand would be: Souther Right Whale, Minke Whale, Bryde's Whale, Blue Whale, Fin Whale, Humpback Whale, Pygmy Right Whale, Spectacled Porpoise, Sperm Whale, Pygmy Sperm Whale, Dwarf Spermy Whale, Cuvier's Beaked Whale, Giant Beaked Whale, Shepherd's Beaked Whale, Bottlenose Whale, Andrew's Beaked Whale, Blainville's Beaked Whale, Ginkgo-toothed Beaked Whale, Hector's Beaked Whale, Layard's Beaked Whale and the Pilot Whale.
There are 79 currently known species of whales. and they are › Andrews' Beaked Whale Antarctic Minke Whale Arnoux's Beaked Whale Baird's Beaked Whale Beluga Whale Blainville's Beaked Whale Blue Whale Bowhead Whale Bryde's Whale Common Minke Whale Cuvier's Beaked Whale Dwarf Sperm Whale False Killer Whale Fin Whale Ginkgo-toothed Beaked Whale Gray's Beaked Whale Grey Whale Hector's Beaked Whale Hubbs' Beaked Whale Humpback Whale Killer Whale Layard's Beaked Whale Long Finned Pilot Whale Longmans… Read More
Arnoux's beaked whale Blue whale Dwarf sperm whale Fin whale Gray's beaked whale Humpback whale Minke whale Antarctic minke whale Pygmy right whale Pygmy sperm whale Sei whale Southern bottlenose whale Southern right whale Sperm whale Strap-toothed whale
Atlantic Spotted Dolphin Blainville's Beaked Whale Blue Whale Bottlenose Dolphin Bryde's Whale Clymene Dolphin Cuvier's Beaked Whale Dwarf Sperm Whale False Killer Whale Fin Whale Fraser's Dolphin Gervais' Beaked Whale Humpback Whale Killer Whale Melon-headed Whale Minke Whale Northern Right Whale Pantropical Spotted Dolphin Pygmy Killer Whale Pygmy Sperm Whale Risso's Dolphin Rough-toothed Dolphin Sei Whale Short-finned Pilot Whale Sowerby's Beaked Whale Sperm Whale Spinner Dolphin (Long-snouted) Striped Dolphin West Indian Manatee
still searching for the answer.....can anybody anwer it's my homework...
Actually, there are about 40 whale species. including latin name, they are: 1 Bowhead Whale, Balaena mysticetus 2 North Atlantic Right Whale, Eubalaena glacialis 3 North Pacific Right Whale, Eubalaena japonica 4 Southern Right Whale, Eubalaena australis 5 Common Minke Whale, Balaenoptera acutorostrata 6 Antarctic Minke Whale, Balaenoptera bonaerensis 7 Sei Whale, Balaenoptera borealis 8 Bryde's Whale, Balaenoptera brydei 9 Eden's Whale Balaenoptera edeni **Controversial 10 Balaenoptera omurai **Controversial 11 Blue Whale, Balaenoptera musculus 12… Read More
SPERM WHALES, BEAKED WHALES ETC
Some of the whales I know are: Humpback Right Brydes Beluga Sperm Gray Blue Orca/killer (The same type) Fin Bowhead Mink Pygmy Brydes Sei False Killer Whale Pygmy Killer Long Finned pilot Pilot Melon headed Short finned pilot Narwhal Dwarf Sperm Pygmy Sperm Cuviers Beaked Arnoux beaked Baireds beaked Sheperds beaked Longmans beaked Northen bottlenose Southern bottle nose Andrews beaked Bahamonde beaked Blainville beaked Gervais beaked Ginko toothed beaked Gray beaked Hectors beaked Hubbs beaked… Read More
No. There's the sperm whale, Cuviers beaked whale and others. BTW orcas are not considered whales.
Blue Whale Orca/ Killer Whale Gray Whale Humpback Whale Sai Whale Fin Whale Beluga Whale Sperm Whale Bowhead Whale Right Whale Long- Finned Pilot Whale Pilot Whale Narwhal Beaked WHale and many more...
Perrin's beaked whale was created in 2002.
Cuvier's beaked whale was created in 1823.
Humpback whale, sperm whale, pilot whale, Beluga, minke, blue whale and fin whale have similar adaptations.
No, but it is the deepest diving sea turtle at about 1200ft. The sperm whale is the deepest diving animal at about 2000ft. "An international team studying diving capacity of two beaked whales species, Cuvier's beaked whale (Ziphius cavirostris) and Blainville's beaked whale (Mesoplodon densirostris), discovered that these species achieve the deepest and longest dives of any air-breathing species. " Source: Softpedia
A number of types of whales live in the Indian Ocean and have been observed there. They include the blue whale, Bryde's whale, Cuvier's beaked whale, fin whale, humpback whale, Longman's beaked whale, pygmy Bryde's whale (Eden's whale), pygmy right whale, pygmy sperm whale, southern right whale, and sperm whale. In the extreme southern Indian Ocean, the Antarctic minke whale and the sei whale might make the list, though they are thought of as Antarctic… Read More
Some Australian sea animals are: Dugong Longman's beaked whale Southern Bottlenose whale Amoux's beaked whale Gray's beaked whale Goose-beaked whale Shepherd's beaked whale Pygmy whale Dwarf minke whale Humpback whale Southern right whale Bottlenose dolphin Killer whale Spinner dolphin Short-beaked common dolphin Leafy Sea-agon Weedy sea-dragon Australian snub fin dolphin Weddell seal Ross seal Australian sea-lion Leopard seal Australian fur-seal New Zealand fur-seal
The most common whale species that frequent the waters of the Great Barrier Reef are: Humpback whale Dwarf minke whale Less common are: Sperm whale Short-finned pilot whale various species of beaked whales
Right Whale- 70 Sperm whale- 60-70 Bowhead whale-100 Baird's beaked whale- FEMALE-54 Gray Whale- 40 MALE- 84 Humpback whale-70 Minke whale- 50 Bryde's whale-n/a Sei whale-50 Fin whale-80 Blue whale-70
killer whale (orca)
Yes, some of them can. For example: the common dolphin, elephant seal, Hubb's beaked dolphin, sperm whale, Pacific white sided dolphin, gray whale, humpback whale, California sea lion, harbor seal, southern sea otter, and orca whale.
The tasman Whale AKA The Shepherd's beaked whale eats fish
There are several large animals that cover the earth. The ten largest are the slender snouted gharial, the beluga sturgeon, the green anaconda, the green sawfish, the orca, the colossal squid, baird's beaked whate, the sperm whale, the north pacific right whale, and the blue whale.
There are many different species of whales such as blue whale, beaked whale and even dolphin.
Wild Boar, Elk, Roe Deer, Common Seal, Cross Fox, Badger, Ermine, Arctic Wolf, Gray Seal, Common Otter, European Pine Martin, Killer Whale, Common Porpoise, Euphrosyne Dolphin, Bottle-Nosed Dolphin, Cuvier's Beaked Whale, Common Minke Whale, North Atlantic Right Whale, Long-Finned Pilot Whale, Grey Dolphin, Bottlehead, Pygmy Whale, Atlantic White-Sided Dolphin, White-Beaked Dolphin, North Atlantic Beaked Whale, Gervias' Beaked Whale, True's Beaked Whale, Common Pipistrelle, Brown Big-Eared Bat, Lesser Horseshoe Bat, Whiskered Bat, Natterer's Bat, Lesser Noctule… Read More
The smallest whale in the world is the Dwarf Sperm Whale; a member of the Sperm whale family that reaches a maximum of 2.7 meters long and a maximum of about 272 kilograms. This whale is found in many of the world's oceans, but is elusive to the extent that we don't know what their world wide population is. One of the reasons that we know so little about this whale is that until the… Read More
A sperm whale is a toothed whale.
Sea mammals that live in the waters around New Zealand are: New Zealand fur seal Southern elephant seal New Zealand sea lion short beaked common dolphin dusky dolphin hector's dolphin maui dolphin orca beaked whale Bryde's whale pilot whale sperm whale pygmy sperm whale southern right whale humpback whale. The following have also been sighted in New Zealand waters: leopard seal sub-Antarctic fur seal Antarctic fur seal Weddel seal Ross seal Crabeater seal Fraser's dolphin… Read More
A whale sperm is a whale's sperm, obviously.
it means beaked whale
It used to be made from blubber of sperm whale or pig's fat. Note: it's the fat from a sperm whale, not fat from the sperm of a whale. sperm whale is a species of whale.
They call it a sperm whale because it is a shape of a sperm.
Because a sperm whale has sperm on it and the right whales are fat as hell.
whale ingecting sperm yuck
Sperm whale, specifically the spermacetti of the Sperm Whale.
Jojobo oil is chemically similar enough to what whale's oil to replace it in perfumes shampoos and cosmetics?
Killer whales/orcas eat sperm whale calves. A killer whale eats a sperm whale some other whales like theo orca whale eats or can mostly attack the sperm whale the only marine animal that can eat a sperm whale is a giant squid.
a sperm whale moves by moving his tail up and down and his fins and that's how a sperm whale moves.
No a sperm whale dose not have a spine.
Sperm Whale is bigger
He is called a great White whale in literature, but if Moby Dick existed it was either a Sperm Whale or a Grey Whale. moby dick is a white or albino sperm whale he is the color of sperm because he is a sperm whale lolololoolololol
Currently taxonomists divide the mysticetes into the following four families although recently the fact that the Gray Whale stands alone in the family Eschrichtiidae has been challenged. * Balaenopteridae - Rorquals * Eschrichtiidae - Gray Whale * Balaenidae - Right Whales * Neobalaenidae - Pygmy Right Whale The suborder Odontoceti, the largest within the order Cetacea, comprises the toothed whales, which includes all dolphins and porpoises. Between them, the ten families contain 36 genera and… Read More
The male Sperm whale at 67 feet is bigger then the male Humpback at 52 feet. So yes the Sperm whale is bigger.
A Sperm Whale
the sperm whale is in the abyss
No, a Sperm whale is not a kind of dolphin.
yes the sperm whale is 80 tons the grey whale is 8 tons
the proper trem for the sperm whale is spremy the sperm whale.. the ocean is salty because of whale sperm! dont swin.. your swimming in sperm.. and may cause pregnency which may lead to half human and whale, please swim with caution so is my dick
Cetaceans are relatively large, generally characterized by streamlined bodies that glide easily through the marine environment. Approximately 78 species of whales, dolphins, and porpoises are included in the Order Cetacea. Cetaceans are broken into two Suborders, or main groups: Mysticeti (baleen whales) Odontoceti (toothed whales) There are 11 species of baleen whales and 67 species of toothed whales. Status of Cetacean Species All cetaceans are protected under the Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA); some may… Read More