bottlenose whale


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Noun1.bottlenose whale - northern Atlantic beaked whale with a bulbous forehead
beaked whale - any of several whales inhabiting all oceans and having beaklike jaws with vestigial teeth in the upper jaw
genus Hyperoodon, Hyperoodon - bottle-nosed whales
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Minister LeBlanc has also approved the Proposed Critical Habitat Orders of the Northern Bottlenose Whale, Scotian Shelf population and the Lake Chubsucker, a fish species.
And the northern bottlenose whale was caught on camera close to the shore at Beadnell.
A NORTHERN bottlenose whale has drowned off the coast of Scotland after becoming entangled in rope.
The northern bottlenose whale is usually found in deep ocean trenches and only seen in British waters off the north-west coast of Scotland.
Japanese fishermen slaughter a bottlenose whale east of Tokyo on June 25, 2008.
DOZENS of volunteers join emergency services on a Chilean beach to save a beached bottlenose whale this week.
The six metre bottlenose whale was discovered at Gronant Sands, Prestatyn, on Saturday - attracting a flurry on onlookers over the weekend to see this rare sight.
EXPERTS were last night trying to find out why a North Atlantic bottlenose whale washed up on a Welsh beach - hundreds of miles from its usual home.
Around 50 volunteers and rescue workers tried to save the northern bottlenose whale after it became stuck on harbour flats in Langstone, Hampshire.
IN January, Londoners swarmed to the banks and bridges of the Thames to catch a glimpse of a northern bottlenose whale which had made its way to the capital.
NEWS that the bottlenose whale in the Thames died of, amongst other things, dehydration got me thinking: How then do whales drink?
Deep-diving behaviour of the northern bottlenose whale, Hyperoodon ampullatus (Cetacea:Ziphiidae).