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 Why do whales breach?

Answer One of the most breathtaking things to watch is a whale "breaching," or leaping into the air. This is also known as "surfacing behavior." Not all whales breach. One species noted for spectacular di... Read More »
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How to Help Save Whales?

A humpback whale breaching.Whales are some of the most magnificent, amazing and majestic creatures on Earth! They breach high in the out the fish, eventually starving the whales! And released heliu... Read More »
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How do whales get pregnant?

A whale is a mammal and as such reproduces as other mammals do, with copulation between a male and a female, a live birth and a nursing mother. Whales even have belly buttons where the umbilical co... Read More »
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About Baleen Whales?

According to the Sea World website, baleen whales appeared approximately 30 million years ago. The species of whale takes its name from its oral structure, which is made not of teeth, but of kerati... Read More »
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What is the number of whales in a pod?

Whale pods vary in size from one to 40 or more. The Blue Whale, Gray Whale and Bryde's Whale travel in pods that range from one to three whales. The Killer Whale and Humpback Whale travel in pods t... Read More »
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