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Whales eat plankton, fish, squid, and crustaceans.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whale

Whales are a widely distributed and diverse group of fully aquatic placental marine mammals. ..... The presence of the Jacobson's organ indicates that whales can smell food once inside their mouth, which might be similar to the sensation of ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whale_meat

Whale meat is the flesh of whales used for consumption by humans or other animals, and .... In Norway, whale meat was a cheap and common food until the 80s. It could be used in many ways but was often cooked in a pot with lid in a little  ...

www.whalefacts.org/what-do-whales-eat

When it comes to survival few things are as important as shelter, rest and food. For marine mammals such as whales food is not only extremely important for their ...

www.whalefacts.org/what-do-blue-whales-eat

The answer to this question is actually quite simple. Despite being the largest living mammal in the world the blue whales primary diet consists almost ...

seaworld.org/en/animal-info/animal-infobooks/baleen-whales/diet-and-eating-habits

In general, baleen whales feed low on the food chain, primarily eating zooplankton ... crustaceans) and copepods are major components of a right whale's diet.

seaworld.org/en/animal-info/animal-infobooks/killer-whale/diet-and-eating-habits

Globally, killer whales appear to have an extremely diverse diet. Yet, individual ecotypes or populations are often extremely specialized. In many parts of the ...

www.learner.org/jnorth/tm/gwhale/jr/photo/Food.html

Amphipods are a gray whale's favorite food. These tiny shrimp-like animals live in sediment on the ocean floor. Whales also like small creatures called ...

nmlc.org/2009/04/how-do-whales-eat/comment-page-1

Apr 19, 2009 ... The fringed baleen then acts as a sieve – the whales squeeze the water out through the baleen, leaving their food caught on the baleen.

www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/whales/anatomy/Diet.shtml

Whale anatomy. Whales are marine mammals with a varied diet, ranging from large marine mammals to tiny copepods.