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The Fin Whale (just LOOK how streamlined they are!) is the second largest known creature on earth. Imagine how they glide through the water for their size!

Fin whales can only be attacked by killer whales, and that too when they are in groups. As I mentioned earlier, this whale gets scared easily, ...

Three finback whales swimming — NOAA image

Fin Whale Endangered http://worldwildlife.org/species/fin-whale

Zoom+ A Fin whale surfaces to breath. © Chris Buelow

Fin whales are the second-largest species of whale. An average adult female fin whale is 73 ft. (22 m) in length, while an average male is 70 ft. (21 m).

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Fin Whale, Balaenoptera physalus | Mediterranean Sea

Aerial view of fin whale swimming at surface

Fin Whale, Balaenoptera physalus | Mediterranean Sea

finback whale | Fin whale underwater. The fin whale is the second longest and sixth

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Encouraging news has reached us overnight from Iceland that the country's lone fin whaler and fisheries magnate, Kristján Loftsson, has declared he will not ...

The Fin Whale (just LOOK how streamlined they are!) is the second largest known creature on earth. Imagine how they glide through the water for the…

The Fin Whale (just LOOK how streamlined they are!) is the second largest known creature on earth. Imagine how they glide through the water for the…

A petite dorsal fin belies the immensity of the fin whale, the second largest mammal on the planet.

Fin whale from air showing asymmetrical coloration

Fin Whale Facts, Pictures, Video & In-Depth Information: Learn About The Second Largest Animal In The World!

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FIN WHALE IN THE PUGET SOUND

Adult blue whales rarely, if ever, breach, because they are too heavy. Fin whales are also very heavy and rarely breach, but when they do, it's impressive!

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Fin Whale near Kodiak Island

A humpback often raises its tail, while a fin whale seldom does. Why? I don't know. Humpbacks are more acrobatic than fin whales, and this may have ...

Sei Whale / Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation

Like hair and fingernails, baleen continues to grow at its base and wear along the edges.

In the southern part of their range sei whales coexist with Bryde's whales, and until the early 1900s, they ...

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Fin whales have been detected in New York Bight. A.H. Kopelman for CRESLI Scientists from the ...

Fin whale (Balenoptera physalus)

Finback Whale. They are the second-largest ...

The Fin Whale (just LOOK how streamlined they are!) is the second largest known creature on earth. Imagine how they glide through the water for the…

What Is A Fin Whale?

Fin Whale

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Finback Whale Diving. Before a dive, they ...

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FIN WHALE Balaenoptera physalus (Linnaeus, 1758)

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The greyhound of the sea. (Photo by Lori Mazzuca). The last baleen whale we ...

San Diego Natural History Museum's Whaler Terry Baird captures this image of a Gray Whale breaching

Members of the whale family Balaenopteridae are known as the Rorqual whales. “Rorqual” is a Norwegian term that means “furrow whale,” referring to the ...

Finback Whale in Water

A typical rorqual, showing the slender form, distinct dorsal fin, and short baleen

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Fin whale assessment

Whale Watch Tarifa - Whale watching: Common Dolphin, Bottlenose dolphin, Striped dolphin, Pilot whale, Killer whale, Sperm whale, Fin whale

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Fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus) showing fresh scars on the dorsum, flank and head

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They differ from toothed whales in a number of ways. All mysticetes have two nostrils or blowholes, while toothed whales (odontocetes) have only one ...

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A fin whale's normal lifespan is 80 to 90 years, and some researchers believe they may live to be 100 years old. Current-day threats to fin whales include ...

The fin whale is an exceptionally long, slender whale, second in size only to the blue whale. Like other whales from the family Balaenopteridae, ...

Fin whale lunge feeding at the surface

Fin whale returns to River Ouse in King's Lynn | Environment | Eastern Daily Press

Finback whales are gray on the upper side and pale white on the underside. They also display asymmetry in color on the jaws. They are light in color on the ...

Fin whales in Uyak Bay

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Fin whale, Balaenoptera physalus

– Marine Mammals of Rhode Island, Part 9, Fin Whale

Marine Species: Baleen Whales

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Watch the World's Fastest Whale, the Fin Whale, Jump in this Video | Time

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Humpback breaching in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary in Massachusetts Bay · Humpback whale breaching

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Fin Whale (Balaenoptera physalus)

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Curious onlookers stand next to a whale carcass that washed ashore on a beach near St

Fin whale off San Diego, showing typical backswept dorsal fin

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Every once in a while, popular science writers feel the need to re-educate their readers about the fact of evolution, lest the readers be swayed by certain ...

Fin Whale (Balaenoptera physalus)

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Image of Range of the Fin whale off New Jersey's coast.

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RARE SIGHTING: The fin whale photographed off the coast of Whitby. Picture: Stephen