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  •  The most endangered specie of whale is Bryde's whale. There are only about 50 living in the Gulf of Mexico.[whale]

  •  The fin whale is known as the "greyhound of the sea" and can reach speeds of up to 20 mph (32kph).[whale]

  •  Scientists are not sure why whales jump out of the water, often called “breaching.” While early whalers thought breaching was a whale’s method of taunting the fishermen, many biologists now believe breaching is a whale’s way of demonstrating stamina and strength to prospective mates.[whale]

  •  When a blue whale dives into the water, its head is already deeper than most scuba divers dare to go before its tail leaves the surface of the water.[whale]

  •  Since cetaceans are mammals, they breathe air.[whale]

  •  Though we can’t hear them, blue whales are one of the loudest animals on the planet, communicating with each other using a series of low frequency pulses, groans, and moans. It is thought that in good conditions blue whales can hear each other across distances of up to 1,600km.[whale]

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