blue moves

Beale, Bob
October 2002
Ecos;Oct-Dec2002, Issue 113, p16
Blog Entry
Focuses on the blue whale in Australia. Description of the whale species; Sizes and weight of the anatomy of the blue whale; Environmental factors attracting blue whales to the area. INSETS: Feeding the wide-mouthed whale;Master scooper.


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