humpbacked whale

Related to humpbacked whale: fin whale
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humpbacked whale

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But the budget wasn't so tight that NASA had to eliminate what was known as the Voyager Interstellar Message Project - golden discs that contain sounds ranging from Chuck Berry to a humpbacked whale, greetings in 59 human languages, mathematical definitions, photographs of the diversity of life on Earth and much more.
Thus, the sperm whale and the humpbacked whale, each has a hump; but there the similitude ceases.
The Birmingham aquarium has begun regular broadcasting of the famous and haunting 'song of the humpbacked whale' over its aquarium sound systems to help rally support for its boycott.
A giant humpbacked whale has been found on the North Yorkshire coast.
SOAKING IT UP: Peter in Lake McKenzie' Photo: WORLD PICTURES' SPLASH OUT: Driving along Seventy-Five Mile Beach (main picture), Kingfisher Bay resort (left), a Humpbacked whale (top) and the Maheno (right)
Animal rights people applaud when the government sends icebreakers to save Humphrey the humpbacked whale, but environmentalists see that as diverting attention from saving species.
It follows the hump of a humpbacked whale from nose to tail.
The children perform in a musical production about "Humphrey the Humpbacked Whale" who got stranded in the rocks of San Francisco Bay.
Maillet's carving called "Cradle Song" features mother and baby humpbacked whales.
Sea Life, which is based in the UK, said the Japanese fleet has gone to the Antarctic with the intention of killing 950 whales, including, for the first time, humpbacked whales.
As if determined to save the best to last, we were turning for home when two humpbacked whales shot straight out of the water [ETH] thatOs another B, breeching, before flapping their flippers as if to say goodbye.