People said the whale is the largest animal in the world. It is capable of reaching 30 meters in length and weighing 150 tons. Today you can get The Gigantic Whale coloring pictures below. So let us have fun with these pictures.
There are several species of whales, but they all have similar characteristics. They have hair, although this is a fact that many are unaware.
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It’s so elegant and light that it seems to be non-existent. Their blood is warm, so their body temperature is high, primarily because of the habitat.
As the hair they have is concise and elegant, they depend on their body fat to maintain the right temperature in their body.
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Therefore, as nature intended, baby whales have more hair than adult whales, while giving their body fat time to develop. Once this appears, the hair disappears.
Their fins are not very large compared to their body, as the main motor for the movement they have is their tail, which is very prominent and prominent on it. Usually, their body is full of parasites or barnacles that stick to their skin.
Their eyes are small compared to their size, and their mouth is nothing more than a slit that runs from under one eye to the other as if they were trying to smile.
You don’t have to be wise to guess that the whale lives in the sea, so you may find it a bit unnecessary to talk about its habitat. However, there’s more to it than that, as whales live in the areas where the water is warmest.
It is normal to see whales very close to the shores in winter, where the water is warmer. Therefore, there are different regions in the world where whales are seen on their beaches in the winter months.
Despite its enormous size, its diet includes small crustaceans, fish, shrimp, krill, plankton, and microscopic organisms. Because of their vast jaws, they can devour thousands or even tons of these small marine animals in one bite.
The life expectancy of whales is estimated to be around 30 years and maybe a little longer, but it has been shown that the blue whale has survived up to 110 years