> What is average size on a female blue whales egg?
> Dear Donovan,
> I have not been successful in finding the answer to your question but from the
> book Whales and Dolphins² by Everhard J. Slijper (pg. 123) there is a caption
> that states that the eggs of baleen whales are about the same size as that of
> the rhinoceros and the elephant. I do not know the size of their eggs. Good
> luck and don¹t forget to use WhaleNet¹s archives and search for additional
> about this subject at http://whale.wheelock.edu/archives/whalenet96/0182.html
> to learn more about blue whales.
> You can also learn about blue whales by using WhaleNet¹s
> Species/Classification information page:
> http://whale.wheelock.edu/whalenet-stuff/classifications.html and the behavior
> page at: http://whale.wheelock.edu/whalenet-stuff/classifications.html.
> Thank you for your question. Happy Holidays!
> Kim Marshall
> Executive Director
> Ocean Alliance (Whale Conservation Inst. the Voyage of the Odyssey)
> 191 Weston Road, Lincoln, MA 01773
> 781.259.0423 ext. 14 fax 259.0288
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