Subject: Re: Humpback sizes and number of cetaceans species

Rui Prieto (rprieto@dop.uac.pt)
Fri, 18 Sep 1998 20:30:00 -0000

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Hello,

Humpbacks can grow to 11-16 m long (33 - 50 ft). The size of a humpback
newborn is 4.5 5 m (14-16 ft).
There are 11 species of baleen whales (cetaceans without theeth, like the
humpbacks and blue whales, that use baleen plates to filter their food from
the water) and about 67 species of toothed cetaceans (bearing theet, like
bottlenose dolphins, orcas and sperm whales).

I hope this answered your questions...

Best wishes,

Rui

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From: Trautwein2@aol.com <Trautwein2@aol.com>
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<pita@whale.wheelock.edu>; kburnett@whale.wheelock.edu
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Date: Quinta-feira, 17 de Setembro de 1998 12:28
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>How big do Humpback Whales get? How many kinds of whales are  there?
> How big are  the babies when there born?
>
>                   Olivia Murray &KRISTIAN SMITH
>                   Saint George's Episcopal School
>                   Griffin, Georgia,  USA
>

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