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Beluga Whale
Scientific Classification
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Class Mammalia
Order Cetacea

Whales are common aquatic mammals that can grow very large. The largest being the Blue Whale (Listed Below), growing to 100 feet. Many migrate very far like the Gray Whale and Blue Whale, both of which typically endure arctic oceans easily as well as tropical areas.

The Beluga Whale (Pictured) is one of the few common animals to be found in aquariums across the world, most likely because of their size and personality. You can learn more on the page.

The Killer Whale, or Orca, is also found in aquarium like Sea World in Orlando, where it is known for the Whale show, Believe. Even though it is a popular and unique spectacle in Orlando, it has produced some fatalities.

Whales on Marine WikiEdit

Marine Marine HabitatsAquariumsGlobal OceansOcean Weather
Vertebrate FishesMammalsReptilesAmphibiansCartilaginous FishesSharks
Invertebrate ArthropodMolluscaEchinodermsCnidaria
Conservation Status Critically EndangeredEndangeredNear ThreatenedVulnerableLeast ConcernData DeficientNot Evaluated

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