Whales & dolphins are stars of the sea BY ABIGAIL O'LEARY THESE stunning images show pods of dolphins and fin whales
frolicking together off the south coast of Ireland.
Last year Iceland's whalers took 137 endangered fin whales
Baleen whales, also known as mysticetes, are the largest animals on earth, and include blue whales, minke whales, right whales, gray whales and fin whales
, Khaleej Times reported.
The brewery, Stedji, who is producing the beer in time for the country's mid-winter festival, Thorri, said the Hvalur 2 beer was made with the testicles of fin whales
- which are endangered - smoked "traditionally" with dried sheep dung.
Dolphins, humpback whales and fin whales
have also been tracked by the vessel which still gives a nod to its famous late skipper in a cabin clock which bears a photograph of him on its face.
Medium-fast traveling fin whales
were associated with deep water over flat basins/plateaus (p=0.
Japan has continued killing thousands of minke and fin whales
under a loophole that allows IWC members to kill whales for scientific research.
The three ships departed from the western port of Shimonoseki to join other ships to hunt up to 935 Antarctic minke whales and up to 50 fin whales
through March, the news agency said.
When Tokyo retailer Michinoku Farm began selling dog chews made from fin whales
, company president Takumo Konno never thought the offering would anger customers.
In contrast, the darkest whales, the deeply pigmented fin whales
, were found to be resistant to sun damage showing the lowest prevalence of sunburn lesions in their skin.
There are fewer than one hundred thousand fin whales
6 the second largest mammal after the majestic blue whale -- left in the world, according to the World Wildlife Fund.
However, Japan self awards its own whaling quota, and this year has allocated itself up to 935 Minke Whales and 50 Fin Whales
to be caught and killed in the Antarctic.