*  To breathe or eat: Blue whales use efficient foraging to maintain massive body size - HMSC Currents
To breathe or eat: Blue whales use efficient foraging to maintain massive body size. October 3rd, 2015. · No Comments · ... In their study, the researchers compared the foraging of 14 tagged blue whales to 41 previously tagged blue whales off the ... "For blue whales, one of our main questions has been: How do they eat efficiently to support that massive body size," said ... Adult blue whales can grow to the length of a basketball court and weigh as much as 25 large elephants combined, but they ...
  http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/currents/2015/10/03/to-breathe-or-eat-blue-whales-use-efficient-foraging-to-maintain-massive-body-size/
*  Community Blog by DaviesAntony // DaviesAntony's Profile
Metal Gear Solid V: The Twin Phantom's Pain of a Giant Fire-Breathing Whale. From one trailer, two thousand conspiracies are ...
  https://www.destructoid.com/blogs/DaviesAntony?nav=mobile&mode=mobile
*  Pictures of Titan's Lakes - Slashdot
Imagine if it got swallowed by a methane breathing whale!. *. * Re: (Score:1). ...
  https://science.slashdot.org/story/07/01/03/2353255/pictures-of-titans-lakes
*  Pinboard: public bookmarks for porejide
How dolphins and whales breathe. , Cetaceans have lungs, meaning they breathe air. An individual can last without a breath from ... As with a terrestrial mammal breathing out on a cold day, a small cloud of 'steam' appears. This is called the 'spout' and ...
  https://pinboard.in/u:porejide
*  Whales - What is a Whale?- EnchantedLearning.com
... unlike fish which breathe using gills). They live their entire lives in water. They are the only mammals, other than manatees ( ... Whale calves can swim at or soon after birth. ... Whales are large aquatic mammals that breathe air through ... BELUGA WHALE BLUE WHALE BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN BOWHEAD WHALE GRAY WHALE HUMPBACK WHALE KILLER WHALE MINKE WHALE NARWHAL ORCA RIGHT ... Extreme Whales. Whale Myths. Whale Evolution. Whale Classification. Whale Glossary. Whale Activities. Whale Index. ...
  http://www.zoomwhales.com/subjects/whales/
*  Living on Earth: October 13, 1995
Sound of whales breathing. People go, "Oh!"). SCHMIDT: Later a microphone is lowered into the water to make a tape of the orcas ... Beluga Whales. CURWOOD: Scientists have learned a lot about whales in recent years, but there are still some whales who remain ... The air fills with the sounds of their breathing: Ppphfff ppphfff.. They are mystery whales, these belugas of Cook Inlet. We ... A few hundred whales, a few dozen whale eating families. Some of us who just like to look at those white backs cutting through ...
  http://loe.org/shows/shows.html?programID=95-P13-00041
*  Pepper's CT Scan | National Marine Life Center
Shani on How Do Whales Breathe?. *Jim Zagzebski on My Unconventional Start as an NMLC Summer Intern ... When Pepper began to breathe on his own, everyone let out one BIG sigh of relief! Before heading back to NMLC, our animal care ... Williams and our animal care staff put a trachea tube in for intubation, where staff maintained his breathing through the whole ...
  http://nmlc.org/2015/03/peppers-ct-scan/
*  Whales - Mammals - Kids Lessons - Elementary Worksheets - My Schoolhouse - Online Learning
Reading Lesson About Whales - Elementary reading lesson with worksheet - Lesson plans - Reading lessons - We are online ... Whales. Whales are mammals. They breathe air like us. They rise to the surface of the water to breathe. They live in the oceans ... There are many different kinds of whales. Some are the killer whale, humpback whale, sperm whale and gray whale. They are some ... Whales leap out of the water. They also dive and roll. Whales dive to get food. Some whales can dive more than a mile down! ...
  http://myschoolhouse.com/courses/O/1/3.asp
*  Journey North Gray Whales
Sometimes the nights are calm and we can hear the whales breathing, right along with the coyotes yelping! ... Whales at Play. Much of the literature also says the gray whales don't socialize. I think they do, but in ways we don't ... Whales at Rest. Whales, dolphins, and porpoises can't fully fall sleep or they would drown. So they have adapted by resting one ... We still get whales gently bumping the boat. Sometimes we even get lifted and moved about, so we are 'whale riding' too! ...
  http://www.learner.org/jnorth/tm/gwhale/Lagoon_Spring.html
*  How do fish gills work? | Reference.com
A: A fish breathes through its gills, extracting oxygen from the water. Other sea animals, such as whales, breathe oxygen from ... However, a fish is unable to breathe out of water owing to the fact that the surface area of gills collapse when taken out of ... A: Betta fish can breathe oxygen both from the water through their gills and directly from the air above the surface of their ... Another reason fish must work harder to "breathe" is that water is thicker than air and therefore more difficult to process. ...
  https://www.reference.com/pets-animals/fish-gills-work-685ac22355df574e
*  What is the function of the gill rakers on a perch? | Reference.com
A: A fish breathes through its gills, extracting oxygen from the water. Other sea animals, such as whales, breathe oxygen from ... Are the fins of a fish and the fins of a whale homologous or analogous?. A: While a whale's fins are similar in structure and ... A: Betta fish can breathe oxygen both from the water through their gills and directly from the air above the surface of their ... Gill rakers that are fine and comb-like serve as filters for plankton or suspended particles, similar in mechanism to a whale's ...
  https://www.reference.com/pets-animals/function-gill-rakers-perch-abe42275231429e9
*  Kona turtles and judges of the reef: 7/03
Turtles and whales breathe an atmosphere of relief, protected by U.S. laws that blunt the impact of tragedy of the commons. But ... I have worked for a decade on whale genetics, tracing whale populations by reading the signatures of their DNA. And together ... with endangered whale written all over their genes. These DNA traces constitute the smoking gun of illegal whaling, a hunt not ... His research focuses on the genetics, evolution and conservation of a diverse array of marine organisms from snails to whales. ...
  https://news.stanford.edu/pr/03/konavantage723.html
*  The Long Now presented by Berlin Atonal | 26th March 2017 | Chris Watson
Whales surfacing, breathing in cold air. Coll starling imitate the noise of farm machinery from the hollow ring of a ruined ...
  http://chriswatson.net/2017/03/22/the-long-now-presented-by-berlin-atonal-26th-march-2017/
*  Downloads | Chris Watson
Whales surfacing, breathing in cold air. Coll starling imitate the noise of farm machinery from the hollow ring of a ruined ...
  http://chriswatson.net/category/downloads/
*  The Nomadic Nights, Fondation Cartier | Paris July 2016 - January 2017 | Chris Watson
Whales surfacing, breathing in cold air. Coll starling imitate the noise of farm machinery from the hollow ring of a ruined ...
  http://chriswatson.net/2016/08/24/the-nomadic-nights-fondation-cartier-july-2016-january-2017/
*  Going With The Flow | February - August 2012 | Chris Watson
Whales surfacing, breathing in cold air. Coll starling imitate the noise of farm machinery from the hollow ring of a ruined ...
  http://chriswatson.net/2012/08/14/chris-watson-going-with-the-flow/
*  A Life in Sound | BBC Radio 4 Contributions 2007 - 2015 | Chris Watson
Whales surfacing, breathing in cold air. Coll starling imitate the noise of farm machinery from the hollow ring of a ruined ...
  http://chriswatson.net/2016/07/28/a-life-in-sound/
*  Workshop in Bath | 22-23rd August 2009 | Chris Watson
Whales surfacing, breathing in cold air. Coll starling imitate the noise of farm machinery from the hollow ring of a ruined ...
  http://chriswatson.net/2009/08/08/chris-watson-workshop-in-bath-22-23rd-august-2009/
*  Sperm whale - Wikipedia
... the sperm whale surfaces to breathe for about eight minutes before diving again.[31] Odontoceti (toothed whales) breathe air at ... Watching sperm whales. See also: Whale watching. Sperm whales are not the easiest of whales to watch, due to their long dive ... which contains the sperm whale, dwarf sperm whale, and pygmy sperm whale, diverged from other toothed whales soon after that, ... The sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus) or cachalot /ˈkæʃəˌlɒt, ˈkæʃəˌloʊ/ is the largest of the toothed whales and the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sperm_whale
*  The Dyadic Cyclone - Chapter 15
All of the dolphins and whales breathe totally voluntarily. They have no automatic respiratory mechanism such as we have; if ... I saw a man ride a killer whale holding on to a loop around the whale's neck and holding on to the dorsal fin with his feet, ... An automatic breathing system would mean that underwater they would breathe water when unconscious. They cannot afford an ... I believe that the whales, dolphins and the killer whales know all about us, know how dangerous we are. They have been present ...
  http://johnclilly.com/dyadic15.html
*  Whales! By: Jeanne Martin Stanford Elementary. - ppt download
Where do whales travel in the world? 5. Are any whales close to extinction? 6. How do whales breathe? ... What is the largest whale in the world? 2. What do whales eat? 3. Why are whales important? 4. ... Types: different species Minke Whale Bryde's Whale Sei Whale Fin Whale Blue Whale Humpback Whale Pygmy Whale. ... How do whales breathe? 3 The largest whale is the blue whale. The largest whale is the blue whale. It is also believed to be ...
  http://slideplayer.com/slide/3874308/
*  David W. Kenney obituary: SeaWorld's first veterinarian dies at 77 - Sun Sentinel
Kenney played a key role in bringing the original Shamu to the San Diego amusement park as well as a gray whale believed to be ... who were able to observe for the first time how a great whale breathes and eats. ... The whale was named Gigi (for gray girl). She was the first whale of the large baleen variety known to be captured unharmed, ... he and a physiologist from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography hired a Japanese whale gunner who harpooned a baby whale in ...
  http://www.sun-sentinel.com/la-me-david-kenney-20120314-story.html
*  Whale Biology
Whales are divided into two main kinds - baleen and toothed. These two groups are broken into smaller and smaller groups until ... Whales are mammals and have many of the features and systems of mammal anatomy. For example, whales breathe with lungs, and ... Whales: People often use the term 'whale' to refer to the large animals in the group. These can be both baleen whales (the ... Whale Biology. Whale Diversity. Using terms such as 'whales,' 'dolphins,' and 'porpoises' can be misleading when people want a ...
  https://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/whales-giants-of-the-deep/whale-biology
*  The humpabck whales of the Indian Ocean - Tendua - Association for biodiversity conservation
While sleeping, the whale can navigate; it then rises to the surface to breathe then plunges just as slowly. A whale can repeat ... Humpback whales are also known to appear in mixed groups with other species, such as the blue whale, fin whale, minke whale, ... How to recognize a humpback whale?. Humpback whale (calf) in Reunion Island. The humpback whale is considered an adult when it ... Humpback whale jumping out of water in Reunion Island. © M. Dupuis Lobtailing is the act of a whale lifting its fluke out of ...
  http://tendua.org/the-humpabck-whales-of-the-indian-ocean,099