The only natural predators is when they are young. That natural predator is Orca Whales or Killer Whales. Killer Whales can attack full grown adults but usually go for young calves or young adults when the rest of pod isn't looking.
In terms of natural predator then it will be Orca Whales. Orcas feed on vulnerable Minke whales, commonly younger ones. They also are threatened by Human activity like Whaling as they are killed in their hundreds every year.
it is a killer whale also known as an orcas
Killer whales are regarded as apex predators, lacking natural predators.-From Wikipedia.
Natural predators of penguins are seals and whales (specifically Killer Whales
The minke whale has three main predators which are sharks, killer whales, and humans. The minke whale mainly preys on schools of small fish such as pilchard and herring.
It is estimated that there are about 800,000 minke whales left in the world.
Whales have no natural predators.
Orcas or killer whales have no natural predators.
There are few interesting facts about Minke Whales, look at 2 following examples. Minke whales are generally solitary, although they can sometimes be seen in groups of 2 or 3. Minke whales are highly inquisitive and are likely to approach boats, especially younger animals.
No all whales are mammals.
Minke and Humpback whales
The Minke Whale has 2 enemies. The enemies are Humans and Orca/Killer Whales. Humans hunt the Minke Whales for their blubber and around 1,000 are hunted. Orcas feed on them as food but usually targets the more younger and more vulnerable minke whale.
Mainly minke, but DNA tests on "minke whale meat" sold in Japan show it to be from dolphins, blue whales, and fin whales, too.
They are a name given to two species of marine mammal belonging to a clade within the suborder of baleen whales. 2 sub species includes Common Minke and Antarctic minke whales. The common is least concerned but Antarctic minke is Data Deficient but suspected to be concerned.
Minke whales are baleen whales, not toothed ones. Hope this helped.
Large whales do they are hunted by orcas and man. Orcas are not whales they are infact dolphins.
Actually neither or the 2 sub species are endangered. The common minke is least concerned and the Antarctic Minke is Data deficient but suspected to be endangered if not at risk. Their natural predator is orcas when they feed on the young. Human activity of Whaling kill around 1,000 Minke whales every year for their blubber to sell in places like Iceland and Japan.
The Minke Whale lives for up to twenty years
The Minke Whale live in the sea like most whales.
a minke whale can swim up to 190km\h
Yes. They still catch sei, sperm, Bryde's, and minke whales in the North Pacific and Antarctic minke and fin whales in the Southern Ocean. They catch over 1,000 per year -- mostly minke whales.