- Whale Habitat
Whales live only in water, and tend to stay where it is warmer. This is why you will find them along the coasts during the winter months.
- Whale Feeding
Whales are very large mammals so it is no surprise that they consume large amounts of food each day.
- Whale Reproduction
Male whales are mature between 7 and 10 years of age. They have a cavity that their genitals remain in during resting and swimming so there isn’t a great deal that is known about them in great deal.
- Whale Anatomy
The anatomy of a whale is absolutely fascinating, and one that you will want to learn all you can about.
- Whale Communication
Whales have a very intriguing method of communicating known as echolocation. When you listen to the sounds that whales make to communicate, you will notice they are very unique.
- Whale Evolution
Whales have fascinated us for a very long time, and you may have studied about them with the basics or in depth.
- Whale Predators
Whales have no natural predators in the water so they have been able to live for many years in the water if the conditions are right.
- Whale Social Structure
The social structure for whales is one that is very interesting. They are avid communicators.