How Long Can Whales Stay Underwater?


A Right Whale will stay under water for around twenty minutes before surfacing for five to ten minutes. 90% of the air in their lungs is replaced with each breath. There are some types of whales that can stay under water for up to two hours!
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Whales usually stay under the water for anywhere from 3-8 minutes although there have been times when they've stayed under water for up to 30 minutes. Maybe they were looking for
100 mins max.
Some whales can only hold their breath for 3-5 minutes, while the sperm and
Sperm whales. From Whales on the Net: The longest recorded dive by a whale (Guinness Book of Records) was that of a Sperm Whale. On 25th August 1969 a bull Sperm Whale surfaced from
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