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Krill are tiny organisms that grow on the surface of the sea in plankton. Whales and ocean fish of all kinds depend on krill as a basic component of their diet. Alphabet Tag, Sea Monkeys, Le Zoo, Krill Oil, Porno, Oil Benefits, Health Benefits, Blue Whale, Fish Oil

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Krill often are referred to as “keystone” species because they play such an important role for many marine systems.Krill, a Norwegian whaling term meaning "small fry", Krill are one of the most important elements in the Antarctic food chain. They feed on microscopic plants (phytoplankton) that float around the Southern Ocean. The krill, in turn, then become the basic food for baleen whales, seals, penguins and many seabirds.

Blue Whale Body Parts The blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) is a marine mammal belonging to the baleen whales (Mysticeti). Description from I searched for this on Baleen Whales, Ocean Unit, Wale, Marine Biology, Blue Whale, Humpback Whale, Zoology, Animals Of The World, Ocean Life

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Bushy mustaches like the ones that Magnum P.I. or Super Mario sport are a bold fashion statement. But for baleen whales, they never go out of style.

Baleen Whales Able To Swallow a volume of water equal to a school bus. this sequence is the 6 second feeding lunge of a Fin Whale Fin Whale, Blue Whale, Fisher, Baleen Whales, Wale, Ocean Life, Animals And Pets, Arctic Animals, Cutest Animals

Scientists: Baleen Whales Able To Swallow Busload Of Water In A Single Gul

Some baleen whales, in their powerful feeding lunges, gulp a volume of water equal to a school bus, according to new calculations by biologists at the University of British Columbia and the University of California, Berkeley

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New York's biggest stars? Humpback whales | Adventure Sports Network

Humpback whales are being spotted in greater numbers, and staying longer, thanks to cleaner water beyond the New York shoreline

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The Brain-Chilling, Shrimp-Caressing, Lamppost-Sized, NSFW Organ Hiding In A Whale’s Mouth

This is a story about the discovery of an organ that measures twelve feet long and four inches wide. You might well assume that this is old news. After all, how could something the size of a lamppost go unnoticed by anatomists? And yet, in fact, it’s only just come to light. The discovery emerged […]

Happy from this hungry, hungry humpback! Have you ever wondered how baleen whales, like this humpback whale here, swallow such big gulps of food without pain? Baleen whales have a pouch of skin under their mouths that stretch to accommodate food, but re Trophic Level, Baleen Whales, Whale Song, Jonah And The Whale, Fun Fact Friday, Shark Art, Humpback Whale, Whale Sharks, Killer Whales

Whales’ Baleen Teeth Entangle Prey With Hairy Fringes - Redorbit

A biologist has found that whales' baleen systems actually works best by entangling food as water flows across them, according to a report in The Journal of Experimental Biology.