Blue Whale Facts – 101 Astounding Facts About Blue Whales
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Facts About Blue Whales
Blue whale uses its vocal frequency not only to communicate but also to sonar-navigate in the dark deep ocean.
Today, there are 10,000 to 25,000 Blue Whale’s present in the oceans.
A fully grown Blue Whale weighs around 180 tons with a length of over 100 ft.
A Blue Whale is actually grayish blue in color until it is fully submerged under the water, and then it appears to be blue in color.
A baby Blue Whale measures around 25 ft, which is as big as a killer whale, the largest marine mammal in the Dolphin species.
The life expectancy of a healthy Blue Whale is around 70 to 90 years.
The Blue Whale can hold its breath for 35 minutes and usually holds it while in search of food.
50% of the Blue Whale’s brain will be working even while they are sleeping.
A Blue Whale’s call frequency can reach up to 190 decibels, while the loudest rock music sound produces up to 150 decibels.