A baby humpback whale is called a calf.
On average, a humpback whale can weigh 40-60 tons (80,000-120,000 pounds.)
A newborn humpback whale can weigh up to 3-4 tons.
Yes. The humpback whale is a type of whale.
Humpback Whale that looks nice and neat NOT humpback whale! Common names should not be capitalized, italicized or underlined. So: The humpback whale breached. NOT: The Humpback Whale breached.
The average biggest humpback whale measures at 52ft. They can weigh at 30 tons. Humpback whale rarely exceeds this length or weight.
Yes, otherwise it would just sink and die.
a humpback whale
The humpback whale is a species of baleen whale, adults range in length from 12-16 meters and weigh approximately 36,000 kilograms. Adult males "sing" during mating.
The Humpback whale is a baleen.
it is possible to have a humpback whale if you owned an ocean. its not scientificly possible to own a humpback whale.
It weighs about 5 to 10 pounds.
No, the humpback whale is not extinct, but it is Endangered.
the size of a humpback whale was 48ft
No it is not. A humpback is a whale and a dolphin is a dolphin.
At birth, a Blue Whale calf will weigh at least 16000 pounds, which is the equivilent of about 7 metric tonnes.
When a baby humpback is born it is 12-14 feet in length and weighs 1 to 1 & 1/2 tons. Adult humpback whales weigh 30 metric tons.
yes a humpback whale is a mamale and it has babies
The average humpback whale is between 48-62 feet long and weighs approximately 40 tons. They are similar in size to a standard school bus.
The Blue Whale is larger than a Humpback Whale.
That is the correct spelling of "humpback whale" (Megaptera novaeangliae), a baleen whale.
No, about 3 tons
A female humpback whale is called a cow and a Male humpback whale is a bull. Thank you for letting me help.
All the data I've reviewed and researched about the Humpback Whale indicates that the young or "calf" knows how to swim when they are delivered into the ocean during birth. The mother's or cow's main duties are to protect and feed her young/calf, for the next five to seven months until weaning.