You can find out a great deal of the information from the WhaleNet
Humpback database at:
Just type in the whale's name and click on the button.
On Fri, 13 Dec 2002,
Leonard Santistevan wrote:
> My name is Marissa Santistevan, I am 10 years old and doing a 5th grade homework assignment.
> I'm looking for information on the following baby humpback whales:
> My questions are for each whale:
> 1. What is each whales number?
> 2. Is the whale male/female?
> 3. When was this whale first sighted?
> 4. When was the most recent sighting?
> 5. Where is he/she most often sighted?
> Thank you very much for your help.
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