Asian facts about the sperm whale
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The killer whale Orcinus orca is also known as orca or orca whale, and rarely referred to as blackfish. The whale is a toothed whale and it belongs to the oceanic dolphin family. These whales are known to survive in almost all the major oceans including Arctic, Antarctic and other tropical regions. They have a greater variation in their diets, even though individual populations usually specialize in specific types of prey. There are few species that largely feed on fish, while others prey on several marine mammals including seals, walruses, sea lions, and other whale species. Killer whales are termed as apex predators, lacking normal predators.
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So you want to know about endangered animals for kids, right? If an expert says that the following species of animals are dying out, it means their entire generation is at stake. Hence they are endangered species. One of the most horrible facts regarding endangered animals for kids is that more or less 40, species are wiped out every year. Not only this, humans are a major cause of this mounting rate of decline.
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Evolution of cetaceans Blue whales are rorquals family Balaenopteridae , a family that includes the humpback whale , the fin whale , Bryde's whale , the sei whale , and the minke whale. The blue whale lineage diverged from the other rorquals during the Miocene, between 7. However, gene flow between the species appears to have continued beyond that date. The blue whale has the greatest genetic diversity of any baleen whale, and a higher than average diversity among mammals.
It is the only member of the genus Rhincodon. It belongs to the order Orectolobiformes and the family Rhincodontidae. It weighs over 12, kilograms. Its fusiform body is wide in the middle area and narrows in the tail and head that is wide and flat, and it has two small eyes on the front. Its mouth, located towards the end of the snout, can open about 1.