Fin Whale Taxonomy
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- Sounds of a feeding frenzy
- By searching in different frequency bands, they teased out the noises of different species. Below 100 hertz, they found large baleen whales like fin whales and blue whales. In the 300-800 hertz range they found signals from humpbacks.
- Defending Alaska From the Department of Defense
- Humpback whales like the one pictured here are one of nine endangered species threatened by U.S. Navy training in the Gulf of Alaska.
- Whales dine with their own kind
- The researchers located the source of each call by triangulation and other methods unique to waveguides, and found that the call rates of four main species of whales observed — humpback, sei, minke, and blue — tended to go up significantly at night, ...
- The Secret Dining Habits of Whales Revealed
- A study published Tuesday in the journal Nature found that four species of baleen whales—humpback, minke, fin, and blue—segregate themselves when feeding on the northern edge of the 150-mile-long Georges Bank in the Gulf of Maine. Each fall, billions ...
- Video records rare new species of whales in Madagascar
- Last fall, Dr Salvatore Cerchio of the New England Aquarium, developed a team to study these rare types of whales, called Omura's whales. Balaenoptera omurai is the scientific name given to this species, called “dwarf fin whale” because of its rare form.
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