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www.sci-news.com/biology/evidence-undescribed-beaked-whale-species-04060.html

Jul 27, 2016 ... In Japan, whalers have traditionally recognized two forms of Baird's beaked whales: the common 'slate-gray' form and a smaller, rare 'black' ...

www.itsnature.org/sea/aquatic-mammals/giant-beaked-whale

Baird's Beaked Whale was named after Spencer Fullerton Baird who was a past Secretary at the Smithsonian Institution. It was first described by Leonhard Hess ...

australianmuseum.net.au/cuviers-beaked-whale

Oct 13, 2009 ... Cuvier's Beaked Whale was described from a skull by Georges Cuvier in 1823, ... coast as part of the hunt for the larger Baird's Beaked Whale.

www.ptreyes.org/sites/default/files/NPS%20Whale%20Info.pdf

Right Whale. Sei Whale. Fin Whale. Blue Whale. Baird's Beaked Whale. Killer Whale. Cuvier's Beaked Whale. Pilot Whale. Beluga. Narwhal. Bottlenose Dolphin.

www.currentresults.com/Wildlife/Marine-Mammals/whales-801271.php

The most prevalent species off the California coast is short-beaked common ... A bleaker revelation is that Baird's beaked whale and small beaked whales of the ...

www.capemaywhalewatch.com/blog/?m=201608

Aug 25, 2016 ... Seen very rarely, the creature was described as a smaller, darker Baird's beaked whale. The very similar anatomy mislead scientists until 2013, ...

research-repository.st-andrews.ac.uk/bitstream/handle/10023/7734/What_is_a_beaked_whale_190614.pdf?sequence=1

The beaked whales (Ziphiidae) belong to a little known cetacean family of more .... Species with larger body size, such as the bottlenose and Baird's beaked ...

www.brisbanewhalewatching.com.au/earths-list-of-whales-species-has-a-new-berardius-genus-addition-2

Sep 14, 2016 ... Genetic testing carried out in Japan on 3 black beaked whales in 2013 was followed up by ... About 2 thirds the size of a Baird's beaked whale ...

www.ktuu.com/content/news/Alaska-students-help-discover-new-species-of-raven-whale--388349462.html

Jul 27, 2016 ... Baird's beaked whales, named for the nineteenth century naturalist Spencer F. Baird, have a grayish hue. They are among the most prevalent ...

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