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 heaviest blue whale ever weighed was more than 190
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Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) which does majority of the world's cross-border wire transfers, would most likely never indulge such information
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Blue Whales are the largest known living animal species on earth. Animals that were as large as 27 meters in length (nearly 90 feet) and weighing over 170 tonnes have been recorded.
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