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Humpback whale

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The humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) is a species of baleen whale. One of the ... Their diet consists mostly of krill and small fish. .... the increased surface area for temperature control w...

HUMPBACK WHALE - Enchanted Learning

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The humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) is a baleen whale and a rorqual whale that sings amazing and beautiful songs. ... DIET AND BALEEN ... schooling fish each day during the feeding season in cold waters (about 120 days).

Whale Habitat - Whale Facts and Information

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Whale Habitat and Distribution ... Most of the larger giant whales do live in areas that are cold. ... Humpback whale breaching in Frederick Sound, Alaska.

Humpback whale - National Marine Mammal Laboratory

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Humpback whales sometimes breed and feed in large, dynamic groups. ... continental coasts to open-ocean temperate and sub-polar summering habitats. ... and calving season, humpback whales migrate to cold, productive waters to feed.

Humpback Whales - Kids Do Ecology

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Habitat and Distribution | Physical Appearance | Behavior | Breeding and ... These whales feed in the cold artic waters during the summer months and then ...

Humpback Whales of Southeastern Alaska

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Adaptations for Life in the Ocean Whales, dolphins and porpoises are mammals that have adapted to live their entire lives in the ocean. Like all mammals, they ...

How do marine mammals avoid freezing to death? - Scientific ...

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May 13, 2009 ... Humans would never last in the ice-cold waters these creatures call home, but ... Specific examples include humpback whales, blue whales—the ... Or, if they find themselves displaced from their natural habitats, they might ...

Humpback Whale Facts - Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

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Humpback Whale Facts. Taxonomy. Class: mammalia. Order: cetacea. Suborder: mysteceti (which means “moustached” in greek by the way and all are baleen ...

Whale migration

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Whales travel to cold waters for feeding; they go to warmer waters to give birth. One of the most dramatic whales that visits the Gulf of Maine is the humpback whale ... Peninsula Valdes is a well-known habitat) and in the Great Australian Bight, ...

Humpback whale | WWF

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Researchers are not certain why humpback whales sing. They have hypothesised that the songs attract females or are used as territorial markers. Habitat & ...

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Humpback Whales live in polar and tropical waters, particularly those of the Atlantic, Arctic, and Pacific Oceans.
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Humpback whales - Cool Antarctica

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Like other baleen whales, the food of humpbacks is small plentifully abundant schooling fishes and large zooplankton. The precise diet is certainly different for ...

Whales | Basic Facts About Whales | Defenders of Wildlife

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The diet of whales depends on their species; it can range from microscopic ... baleen whales, tend to migrate long distances from their cold-water feeding ...

Humpback Whale Facts

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Humpback whales have a pretty diverse diet when it comes to the baleen whale ... These whales hunt and feed during the summer months in cold waters and ...