All about the Blue Whale
<div>A blue weighs 200 tons and that these blue whales rule the ocean. Another facts about a adult blue whale is that its as long as a bus. The size of this blue whale is 105 feet. Lastly, a blue whale does weigh as much as a elephant. I also learned thag these blue whales eat a lot of krill each day but whenever they eat they eat big amounts of groups of krill and the big amounts of krill will not all be eaten and large amounts of those krill have ran away. The these blue whales use groans to talk to each other this relates how the social life of a blue whale is.</div> Learn all you wanted to know about blue whales with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.
<div>I learned that blue whales are not harmful and also that blue whales are whales that travel in groups. I also learned that when blue whales start borning a baby they will do it in warm water. They also drink 90kg of there mother milk per day. Blue whales are also very kind to other humans. Lastly, blue whales produce enough air to full 2000 baloons.</div> The Blue Whale is an enormous species of whale that is found in subtropical and polar waters worldwide. With some individuals growing to more than 100ft long, the Blue Whale is not only the largest animal species in the world but it is also thought that it...
<div>I learned that in this website it says that the blue whale eats krill and copepods. They can eat about 8000 lbs of krill or copepods per day. I learned that the blue whale gaines 200 lbs each day. I also learned that it takes up about 2200 lbs to fill a blue whales stomach.</div> The National Marine Mammal Laboratory (NMML) conducts research on marine mammals important to the mission of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) and the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), with particular attention to issues related to marine mammals off the coasts of Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California
<div>I learned that about the blue whale that these blue whales have many calls about 1000 and more types of calls they give out to other whales. The language that these blue whales use are mostly groaning for us humans as we hear it. I learned that for us humans it is very hard for us to understand what they are saying but it says that scientist are starting to find different definitions of these whale calls. Lastly, I learned that whales are extremely special and that we should make sure that blue whales stay alive until the scientists can find out what this secret language they use.</div> Stand on the beach overlooking Half Moon Bay, and the sound you’re most likely to hear is of waves crashing against the rocks. But when Roger Bland climbed
<div>The image of the heart is very special because a heart is extremely large. The blue whale heart is also about as big as a tiny room in its chambers.</div>
<div>This is a image of the krill. The krill is a fish and that blue whales eat them for there meals.</div>
<div>This is an image of the copepods. These copepods are fishes and that they are meal for the blue whale too.</div>
<div>I this video I learned that the blue whales to appear ontop to the sea and that people now days do not hunt these animals that often. I learned that these blue whales are in danger right now because in the past us humans hunted them for huge amounts of food and we battled these peaceful creatures that don't harm us humans. In this video I also learned that these blue whales are very rare to find now days because they are so in danger. Lastly, I learned that these blue whales don't like to attack us humans and they run away from us so in order to take some pictures of them you have to chase them.</div> The haunting calls of blue whales can travel across thousands of miles of ocean, and Wild Chronicles is on a mission to find out why these solitary giants ar...
<div>In this video I learned how large the blue whale's heart is. I also learned that the blue whales heart is 5ft x 4ft x 4ft. I also learned that the blue whales heart is extremely heavy and that it is 180 kg. Lastly, it pumps 220 liters per beat in a blue whales body.</div> Premieres on BBC One August 23, 27, 30 and on PBS August 31, September 1, 2. Jacqueline Miller from the Royal Ontario Museu...

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