Dauphin island sperm whale photo
Scuba Diving. Written by Alison Mann 1 June Get lost in this undersea photo collection. Diving in the Indian Ocean gave French freediver Alex Roubaud the enviable experience of swimming with a family of sperm whales. Luckily Alex is also a top photographer and took some incredible shots so that we can all check out the magical moment.
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Pygmy sperm whale strands on Gulf Shores beach
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The inspiration for the white whale of Moby Dick, sperm whales have the largest heads, biggest brains, and make the loudest sound of any animal on Earth. Region: Arctic. Destinations: Lofoten, Greenland, Svalbard, Iceland. Sperm whales usually eat a little over kg almost 2, pounds of food per day. To find their prey preferably giant squid , they dive somewhere between and 1, metres and 4, feet , though they can go as deep as 2 km 1. An average dive lasts about an hour. When hunting smaller fish, sperm whale pods can work together to force feeder fish into ball-like clumps that are more substantial to eat than individuals.
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All rights reserved. But times were changing: Whale populations in the North Atlantic had declined, forcing whaling ships to head to more distant waters, first plundering the rich pickings off the South American coast, then striking out into the Pacific. The economic stakes were high: Each expedition could yield hundreds of barrels of precious whale oil.
An extremely rare whale was found washed up on the beach on Gulf Islands National Seashore Monday afternoon, the second time in as many months that a rare deepwater whale has been found on a Panhandle beach and died as rescuers tried to save it. A necropsy will be performed Tuesday to determine its cause of death. On May 29, a rare pygmy sperm whale was found washed ashore on Blue Mountain Beach in Walton County, alive but very sick. The foot creature eventually died while being cared for on the beach and was taken for a necropsy, the results of which have not yet been released, according to Baldrica. The foot female beaked whale found Monday had been swimming close to shore since as early as the morning and had likely beached itself several times and been pushed back into the water by humans before someone called for help, according to Navarre Beach Fire Rescue Chief Danny Fureigh, who responded to the scene along with the fire department.
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