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The closest living relative to the blue whale among the land dwelling animals is the Hippo. There is an article with fairly simple language and good graphical support here No whale, dolphin, fish,(etc.) has a relative on land. You may want to visit

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Q: What is the Blue Whales closest relative on land?
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