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Spade-toothed whale


The spade-toothed whale (Mesoplodon traversii) is a very little-known and the rarest species of beaked whale. It was first named from a partial jaw found on Pitt  ...

World's rarest whale seen for first time: Spade-toothed whale ...


Nov 5, 2012 ... Until now, we've only known about the spade-toothed beaked whale from a few bone samples, as no intact specimens have been discovered.

Spade-toothed Beaked Whale - WDC


The spade-toothed beaked whale follows the trend set by other beaked whales in that information is sparse. However, this species has the distinction of possibly ...

4 of the World's Rarest Whales • Eagle Wing Tours


Scientists know nothing about the behaviour of spade-toothed whales, but because they belong to the beaked-whale family, they're likely to dive to extreme  ...

Mesoplodon traversii (Bahamondi's Beaked Whale, Spade-toothed ...


Taxonomic Notes: In 1996, a new species of beaked whale was described as Mesoplodon bahamondi (Reyes et al. 1996). However, further study showed that it ...

CMS: Mesoplodon traversii, Spade-toothed beaked whale


English: Spade-toothed beaked whale. German: Travers-Zweizahnwal Spanish: Zifio de Travers, ballena picuda de Travers French: Baleine à bec de Travers.

World's rarest whale seen for the first time - Phys.org


Nov 5, 2012 ... "Up until now, all we have known about the spade-toothed beaked whale was from three partial skulls collected from New Zealand and Chile ...

Spade-Toothed Beaked Whales, World's Rarest, Seen For First Time ...


Nov 5, 2012 ... The two spade-toothed beaked whales, a mother and calf, stranded and died on Opape Beach on the North Island of New Zealand, ...

Rare spade-toothed beaked whale seen for first time after it's ...


Nov 6, 2012 ... The spade-toothed beaked whale (Mesoplodon traversii) had not been seen for the past 140 years, except for the odd skull that washed up on ...

First ever sighting of world's rarest whale on New Zealand coast ...


Nov 6, 2012 ... A rare whale species that's never before been seen has beached in New Zealand. Two spade-toothed beaked whales, Mesoplodon traversii ...

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Q: Spade tooth whale? Please answer!?
A: They are indeed from an under researched group, the Mesoplodont whale. These were not hunted, are deep divers, stay away from coasts and we know very little abo... Read More »
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Q: What is the biggest beaked whale?
A: killer whale (orca) Read More »
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Q: What is beaked whale?
A: n. Any of various toothed whales of the family Ziphiidae, having a long beaklike snout and a small dorsal fin and inhabiting all of the oceans. Read More »
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Q: What is the meaning of beaked whale?
A: beaked whale: any of several whales inhabiting all oceans and having beaklike jaws with vestigial teeth in the upper jaw Read More »
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Q: What do Arnoux's beaked whales eat?
A: Mostly sqiuds and deep sea fish. Read More »
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