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North Atlantic right whale
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Endangered (IUCN 3.1)
Species: E. glacialis
* biscayensis (Eschricht, 1860)
* nordcaper (LacÃ©pÃ¨de, 1804)
The North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis which means "good, or true, whale of the ice") is a baleen whale, one of three right whale species belonging to the genus Eubalaena, formerly classified as a single species.
About four hundred right whales live in the North Atlantic Ocean. They migrate between feeding grounds in the Gulf of Maine and their winter calving areas off Georgia and Florida, an ocean area with heavy shipping traffic.
Like other right whales, the North Atlantic right whale is readily distinguished from other whales by the callosities on its head, a broad back without a dorsal fin, and a long arching mouth that begins above the eye. The body of the whale is very dark grey or black, occasionally with white patches on the belly. The right whale's callosities appear white due to large colonies of cyamids or whale lice.
Adult right whales average 35â€“55 feet (11â€“17 m) in length and weigh up to seventy tons (63,500 kg); the largest measured specimens have been 60 feet (18 m) long and 117 tonnes (115 LT; 129 ST). Females are larger than males.
Forty percent of a right whale's body weight is blubber, which is of relatively low density. Consequently, unlike many other species of whale, dead right whales float.
There is little data on their life span, but it is believed to be at least fifty years, and some may live more than a century.
Now since they are endangered, the question is will they be allowed to post on GoBeach without being deleted?
Maybe they would like to visit the Caribbean and spawn? or mate?
Would they like Orient?
Can they enter SXM without a visa?
should they rent a car? oops. a boat?
Does anyone have information on a hotel for North American Right Whales?
a large pool or oceanfront would be a requirement.