What are a blue whale's enemies?


The blue whale is a marine mammal that can reach ninety-eight feet high and weigh 199 tons. The blue whale is known as a balaenoptera musculus. As of February 2013, there are only two enemies of the blue whales. The enemies of the blue whales are the killer whales and poachers. There are three relatives of the blue whale, the three relatives are the southern blue whale, northern blue whale, and the pygmy blue whale.
Q&A Related to "What are a blue whale's enemies?"
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