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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northern_bottlenose_whale

The northern bottlenose whale (Hyperoodon ampullatus) is a species of bottlenose whale in the ziphiid family, and being one of two members of the genus ...

us.whales.org/species-guide/northern-bottlenose-whale

Hyperoodon ampullatus species guide - a large member of the beaked whale family, the Northern bottlenose whale inhabits deep water. Large number were ...

www.arkive.org/northern-bottlenose-whale/hyperoodon-ampullatus

The northern bottlenose whale has a bulbous forehead and an obvious tube-like beak, these features are more pronounced in older male individuals.

www.fisheries.noaa.gov/pr/species/mammals/whales/northern-bottlenose-whale.html

Jan 15, 2015 ... Northern bottlenose whales are the most extensively studied of the beaked whales because the whaling industry made carcasses available for ...

oceanwide-expeditions.com/to-do/wildlife/northern-bottlenose-whale

Northern Bottlenose Whales are deep divers, able to spend almost two hours at a time underwater, although the usual dive is only about ten minutes long.

marinebio.org/species.asp?id=324

Find out what's known about Northern Bottlenose Whales, Hyperoodon ampullatus, Mammalia, Cetacea, Hyperoodontidae, including their world range and ...

www.whalefacts.org/northern-bottlenose-whale-facts

The northern bottlenose whale makes up one of two species of bottlenose whale. The other species is known as the southern bottlenose whale. These whales ...

www.whaledolphintrust.com/species_details.asp?inst=18&species_id=135

The northern bottlenose whale is a beaked whale (family Ziphiidae) that has a very distinctive bulbous melon (forehead) and a dolphin-like beak. In males, the ...

cetus.ucsd.edu/voicesinthesea_org/species/beakedWhales/nBottlenoseWhale.html

Northern bottlenose whales are the most extensively studied of the beaked whales because the whaling industry made carcasses available for scientists to ...

www.iucnredlist.org/details/10707/0

Taxonomic Notes: The Northern Bottlenose Whale forms an antitropical species pair with the Southern Bottlenose Whale, Hyperoodon planifrons.