What Is the Largest Whale Ever Recorded?

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The largest whale on record is the blue whale. The blue whale has a weight of 171,000 kilograms and measures over 33 metres long. Blue whales are very social animals with high intelligence levels.
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180 tonnes, a blue whale. and in ENGLISH. [no offense] the weight is 174 tons, and 94 feet, female, Females are bigger then males, just saying :
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The blue whale averages a weight of 90-120 metric tons. The heaviest
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Sperm whales have been recorded up to 19 m (62 ft) in length. The largest species, and the largest animal that has ever lived, is the blue whale. Specimens up to 30 m (100 ft) in
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