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the blue whales
a blue whale can et up to 8000 Ibs
blue whales are the largest animals
blue whales can be identified by their spouts
a blue whales spout is shaped like an exclamation point without the point.
the blue whale is thirty feet tall
the fluke is moved in a up/down motion to push the anilmals forward.
the pectoral fins on each other side of the whale are used to stear.
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blue whals filter thier food through their baleen plates
they eat krill and copepods
blue whales are solitary animals often traviling alone ot in small groups.
during periods of feeding mating and migrating they can be found traviling
entanglement in fishing gear
colition with ships
Habitate including noise polution
a blue whale live in every oucen in the world