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Humpback whales off Alaska sometimes use their fins and circular bubble nets to catch fish.
Cetaceans — dolphins, whales and porpoises — are known for using clever strategies to round up meals.
Until now, scientists hadn’t known how fast those whale shark vertebrae gain a new growth band.
Now researchers have measured levels of carbon-14 in the vertebrae of two whale sharks.
To stay submerged longer, whales recycle air that they’ve used to make echolocation clicks.
Pollutants get into the whales’ bodies, where they’re stored in fat.
A Naval Officer who has seen her says she is lying in shallow water—6 fathoms—bottom upwards looking like a stranded whale.
He was experienced in the North Atlantic trade, in seal, whale and cod fishing and other Newfoundland industries.
Fish scales cover the walls, and everywhere there is a smell as if one were in the belly of a whale.
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I've seen pictures of an excited whale turning a boat full of men over.

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