How Much Does a Humpback Whale Weigh?


A humpback whale, one of the large baleen whales, can be up to fifty two feet in length, and weigh up to seventy nine pounds. This huge animal lives on plankton, which is comprised of tiny, often microscopic, organisms.
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A humpback whale is a member of the baleen whale species. A humpback whale can grow up to 16 metres long and weigh 36,000 kilograms. It is found in oceans and seas around the world commonly in Australia, South Africa, Canada and US.
An adult Humpback Whales can weigh from 25 to 40 tons. An adult male can be 40 - 48 feet long and the female 45 - 50 feet long. One ton equals 2000 pounds. You can find more information here:
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