Hubbs's Beaked Whale
Generally, the whales in the genus Mesoplodon are small. The maximum adult length ranges from 4.3 meters to 6.15 meters. Males of this species can reach a maximum weight of 1500 kg. These whales have relatively small heads...
Hubbs' beaked whale (Mesoplodon carlhubbsi) was initially thought to be an
Andrews' beaked whale when discovered by ichthyologist Carl Hubbs; however,
Hubbs' beaked whale was discovered by the ichthyologist Carl Hubbs, who
initially thought it was Andrews' beaked whale. For some time it was believed that
Described as recently as 1963 Hubb's beaked whale is a resident of the
temperate north Pacific which has been recorded from British Columbia to
California in ...
English: Hubbs' beaked whale. German: Hubbs-Zweizahnwal Spanish: Zifio de
Hubbs, ballena picuda de Hubbs French: Mésoplodon de Hubbs, baleine à bec ...
Find out what's known about Hubbs' Beaked Whales, Mesoplodon carlhubbsi,
Mammalia, Cetacea, Hyperoodontidae, including their world range and habitats,
Hubb's beaked whale (Mesoplodon carlhubbsi) is a toothed whale that belongs
to the cetacean species which is composed of whales, dolphins and porpoises.
Range Description: Apparently limited to the North Pacific Ocean, Hubbs' beaked
whale is known from central British Columbia to southern California in the east, ...
May 3, 2011 ... Hubb's beaked whale (scientific name: Mesoplodon carlhubbsi ) is one of 21
species of beaked whales (Hyperoodontidae or Ziphiidae), ...
Hubb's Beaked Whale Mesoplodon carlhubbsi. The North Pacific Ocean has its
own endemic beaked whale – Hubb's beaked whale. It is a relative new comer ...