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Blue Whale | Cetacean Fact Sheet | American Cetacean Society
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: The blue whale is the largest mammal, possibly the largest .... whales became so scarce that the whalers turned to other species and, ...
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ACS - American Cetacean Society
We'll answer as quickly as we can but please allow a week for a response. Of course you can also send your questions via regular US mail. Whale Mail/ACS ...
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Baja whale watching trips - American Cetacean Society
Join the American Cetacean Society on one of our Baja Whale Adventures ! The Baja California peninsula is one of the great wilderness areas in North America ...
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ACS - American Cetacean Society
NMFS INTERNAL MEMO: MAKAH PLANS TO SELL WHALE PRODUCTS - Whalewatcher vol 33:2 (2000) - PDF - More read more on this topic · MAKAH GRAY WHALE HUNT ...
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Whale Parts | Cetacean Fact Sheet | American Cetacean Society
In the following diagrams, a humpback whale represents a typical baleen whale, and a bottlenose dolphin represents the toothed whales. diagram of the parts ...
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Blue Whale | Cetacean Fact Sheet | American Cetacean Society
ACS blue whale fact sheet - concise, scientifically reviewed basic information on the blue whale, including physical ... Whale Mail. +, Whale Parts ...
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Bottlenose Dolphin | Cetacean Fact Sheet | American Cetacean Society
bottlenose dolphin range map. range map ... Live captures of bottlenose dolphins for captivity have had effects on some local dolphin populations in the ...
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Baja lagoons and Sea of Cortez trip - American Cetacean Society
The boat visits Magdalena Bay, then travels around the Cape and up into the Sea of Cortez in search of the great whales -- blues, fins, and humpbacks. ...
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Gray Whale | Cetacean Fact Sheet | American Cetacean Society
ACS gray whale fact sheet - concise, scientifically reviewed basic information on the gray whale, including physical description, prey, range, and status, ...
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Humpback Whale | Cetacean Fact Sheet | American Cetacean Society
CLASS: Mammalia, illustration of humpback whale. ORDER: Cetacea. SUBORDER: Mysticeti. FAMILY: Balaenopteridae. GENUS: Megaptera. SPECIES: novaeangliae ...
 
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