Minke Whale, (Balaenoptera acutorostrata)

The (), is a species of minke whale within the suborder of baleen whales. The non-dwarf forms live in the north Atlantic and north Pacific Oceans. The Scammon form is also from the north Pacific. The dwarf form has a distribution completely separate from the other forms, living in southern oceans, and has a distribution generally north of the Antarctic species, although there is some overlap.


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Georgia Prosser

We must save them for our children's children. They are not ours to "take"! Some countries intend to kill them heartlessly, savagely and for what reason? Their meat is unsuitable for food and we do not need to kill them for research. Why? Why? #stopthekilling