Where are blue whales origanally from?
Blue Whales can be found in almost every sea and ocean in the world. They were the most widely spread whale species until Man started hunting them down. They were once in numbers of around 200,000 or more and now there are only 20,000 or so animals left in the wild.
They can be found in areas that are abundant in "Krill" their favorite prey species.
They don't live in family groups. They are solitary animals. They are known to be along one or two individuals at most and that too only for short periods of time.
No. Blue whales only mate with other blue whales. Read More
How are blue whales adapted? How are blue whales adapted? Read More
Blue whales are not herbivores. Instead, blue whales are carnivores. Blue whales diet consists of mainly Krill and Fish. Read More
blue whales like to not be desturbed by whalers and love to swim around in the deep blue sea but not around killer whales besause killer whales eat blue whales! Read More
The calves of blue whales are hunted by killer whales. Read More
Although blue whales tend to be solitary creatures, the correct term for a group of any whales, including blue whales, is a pod. e.g. A pod of blue whales suggests that multiple whales are together. Read More
Blue whales never attack humans and in most countries it is illegal to kill blue whales but in some countries they do kill blue whales it is very sad i know Read More
sperm whales are toothed whales blue whales are baleen whales. sperm whales are smaller than blue whales. sperm whales live in a abyss a blue whale would get crushed if it went down there. Read More
Blue whales belong to the Group of baleen whales - filter feeders. There are other baleen whales, but only one Blue whale. Read More
No, blue whales like eating krill and fish. Not humans. Blue whales are extremely marvellous animals though. Read More
No, Blue Whales are the biggest living creature in the world. Read More
A Blue Whales predators are Killer Whales because when a Blue Whales gives birth, the baby Blue Whale is weak so then the Killer Whales takes it advantages and takes the baby Blue Whale away from the mother and drowns it by bringing it down really deep in the sea, then eats it. Read More
Blue whales are the largest species of whales Read More
In 1966, the blue whales were starting to get endangered. Read More
blue whales have never been known to swim in groups with over 50 whales in them. Read More
No, they are certainly not. Blue whales and killer whales both belong to the same order: Cetacea, the order of the whales. Though that's where the liking stops. Because Killer whales belong to the suborder Odontoceti (toothed whales) and Blue whales belong to the suborder Mysticeti (baleen whales). Read More
The product from whales that was used in cosmetics--it's not anymore--is spermaceti, which comes from sperm whales rather than blue whales. Read More
Blue Whales are very big and I believe that they can be blue or white. Read More
Blue Whales, Beluga Whales, Killer Whales, Sperm Whales, and Narwhals. Read More
Blue whales have bacteria in their intestines to aid digestion. Read More
Blue whales do not molt, since they do not have feathers nor an exoskeleton. Read More
Blue whales have a bit hair on their skin as they are mammals. Read More
Blue whales live mostly in the sunlight zone.:) Read More
30,000,000,000 blue whales Read More
It depends which whale you ask. Read More
yes. blue whales have the largest heart in the world Read More