What Is the Largest Sea Mammal?

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The largest sea mammal known to man is the blue whale; it is also the largest animal, terrestrial or marine that is known to man. Blue whales typically measure 30 metres and weigh over 180 metric tons.
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The largest sea mammal is the blue whale. So the blue whale will be the largest. I am not quite sure what the other 9 are, but I believe some whales can be quite big, but you can
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The largest mammal in the world is the Blue whale. The largest land animal is the African elephant, so it depends on what you are looking for.
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The blue whale is the largest mammal, possibly the largest
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The world's biggest port is Hong Kong, handling over 20 million TEU per year. The next biggest in order are Singapore, Shanghai, Shenzen and Pusan.
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