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Name:Blue whale

Item No:RC16095S

Product Size:35,8cm x 12,2cm x 6,2cm (l x w x h)

Scientific Data :
RC16095S
Name:Blue whale

Order: Cetacea

Diet:Carnivore

Habitat:Nearly all oceans of the world.

Animal class:Mammal

Figure size:35,8cm x 12,2cm x 6,2cm (l x w x h)

Real size:98 ft 

Weight:173 tonnes

Conservation status:Endangered 

Features:Long,slim and narrow body. Series of pleats on their throats. Large tail with two  flukes. Two nostrils  on the top of their head.

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RC16095S
Name:Blue whale

Order: Cetacea

Diet:Carnivore

Habitat:Nearly all oceans of the world.

Animal class:Mammal

Figure size:35,8cm x 12,2cm x 6,2cm (l x w x h)

Real size:98 ft 

Weight:173 tonnes

Conservation status:Endangered 

Features:Long,slim and narrow body. Series of pleats on their throats. Large tail with two  flukes. Two nostrils  on the top of their head.

Did you know? 

The series of pleats on its throat allows it to expand its throat to more than four times it's normal size when the Blue Whale is feeding?


QUESTION: How many baleens do you think a blue whale has, and what are they used for?

ANSWER: There are up to 395 hard and bristle-like baleen plates that hang from the upper jaw and are used to filter food out of the water.