7 Facts About Whales

Whales are the biggest sea animals, and they are not so common. In fact, whales are bigger than the biggest dinosaur that ever walked on Earth. Let’s go over some interesting facts about whales.

 

Size

Among whales, the blue whale is the biggest in size. So far, the biggest female whale is 30.5 meters long and weighs 144 tons. It’s even interesting to know that the tongue of this huge animal weighs as much as an elephant.

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Babies

The pregnancy period of a blue whale is between 10 and 12 months, and the length of the newborn is around 7.5 meters, and the weight is up to 7.3 tons. At the age of 15, give or take, the blue whale becomes mature.

 

Deep Divers

A goose-beaked whale can go down into the depths of the sea and remain there for more than 2 hours. According to experts, they can dive as deep as 3 kilometers. Adult sperm whales can go underwater as deep as 2 kilometers for 2 hours.

 

Brain size

The sperm whale has a huge head, and their brain may weigh up to 9 kilograms. Inside the head, there is a cavity that is so big that a car can be parked inside it.

 

Testicle size

The southern right whale is known for its biggest tests. Each pair may weigh up to one ton, which is equal to one thousand bags of sugar.

 

Most urine

A whale can pee roundabout one thousand liters per day.

 

The rarest whale

The North Atlantic right whale is the rarest type of whale. Only around 500 of these are left and can be found in the seas of North America.

 

So, these are some amazing facts about a whale. If you want to see one yourself, you may want to go on a whale-watching trip. It will be an unforgettable experience.