The bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus) is a species of the family Balaenidae,
in suborder Mysticeti, and genus Balaena, once thought to include the right ...
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Now here's a question: How can a creature like the bowhead whale, which has
no teeth, get to be 60 feet long and weigh up to 60 tons? Find out!
The bowhead whale is a predominantly Arctic species. It has suffered from
severe over-exploitation that has seen its range shrink considerably since the
Balaena mysticetus species guide - the bowhead whale is only found in the Arctic
. Records suggest it may live for up to 200 years. It is still hunted by aboriginal ...
Bowhead whales are found only in the Northern Hemisphere, in Arctic waters.
They are large, rotund black whales, with enormous heads that are about 1/3 of ...
The bowhead whale is second only in size to the mighty blue whale.
Baleen whales are known to be some of the largest animals on Earth, and the
bowhead whale is no exception. These whales are on average 50 feet long and ...
The bowhead whale, formerly known by Yankee whalers as the Greenland right
whale, is a taxonomic relative of the right whale. It received its name from the ...
The bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus) is an arctic baleen, a right whale with
a large, bow-shaped head that is up to 40% of its body length. The arched ...