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Blue Whale Interesting Facts

Apr 14, 2018

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    Ms. Fatimah Farooq

    Presented By:Wajid Ali (3335)

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    Blue whales can reach 100 feet ( 30 meters) long, this

    length is similar with basketball court or even two long

    buses.

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    The hearth of blue whale is large enough. The weight ismeasuring 907 kilogram or 2000 pounds. The size isequivalent with the look of a Mini Cooper car. The human

    being can detect the heart beat of this animal 2 miles away..A human baby can crawl through the blue whale's mainarteries.

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    Blue whales have two blowholes. The spray from blue

    whale's blowhole can reach nearly 30 feet (9m) into the

    air.

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    Blue whales can reach speeds of 50 km per hour

    (31 mph).

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    Krill is blue whale's main food. Krill is tiny shrimplike

    animals that is less than 1/1000thblue whale size.

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    When the blue whale swims on the ocean, it cangenerate louder sound than a jet engine. The jet engineusually has 140 dB, while the sound produced by this

    animal is 188 dB. This animal can communicate withother whales within the range of 1000 miles.

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    This point of blue whale facts tells us about the socialbehavior for this animal. This animal can live within agroup or alone. A largest group of blue whale usually

    consists of fifty up to sixty whales. This animal can live inany types of oceans across the world.

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    Intensive hunting in the 1900s by whalers seeking whale

    oil drove them to the brink of extinction. Hundreds of

    thousands of whales were killed. The 1966 International

    Whaling Commission finally gave them protection, althoughthey have only recovered slightly since then. Blue whales are

    currently classified as endangered on the World Conservation

    Union (IUCN) Red List. It is estimated that only10,000-25,000

    blue whales now swim the world's oceans.

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