Well, basically. A humpback whale is a baleen whale, but there are many kinds of baleen whales. A baleen whale is not necessarily a baleen whale.
a baleen whale
Yes, it is a baleen whale.
The Humpback whale is a baleen.
A fin whale is a baleen whale.
yes it is a baleen whale
A baleen is another term for a baleen whale, or the bony material which makes up the plates in the mouth of the baleen whale.
Definition for Baleen Whale: Any whale that has baleen or is a odontocetes whale.So, they are not technically same thing, but a blue whale is a type of baleen or odontocetes whale. This is because other whales have baleen, such as the Right Whale.
It is a baleen whale of the family Balaenopteridae, which includes the blue whale.
A baleen whale eats tiny sea life.
A baleen whale skeleton is made up of baleen.
back bone of a whale
The fin whale is a rorqual whale, the same family as the blue whale. It feeds by filtering krill trough huge plates of a horny substance called baleen. So yes, it is a baleen whale.
No, they are baleen whale and have the second longest baleen in the whale history.
A baleen whale; one with baleen plates (for filtering food from the sea) instead of teeth.
from the desert
The Bowhead Whale is a baleen whale. A quick way to tell is to check the scientific name, Balaena mysticetus. Balaena indicates that it is considered a baleen whale. Baleen whales have a number of identifying characteristics but the key is baleen plates instead of teeth. Bowheads use their baleen to filter their food.
I believe it is an Arctic baleen.