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"The Antarctic blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus ssp. Intermedia) is the biggest animal on the planet, weighing up to 400,000 pounds (approximately 33 elephants) and reaching up to 98 feet in length. The whale has a heart the size of a small car, and during the main feeding season, it consumes around 7936 pounds of krill per day. It is the loudest animal on Earth, even louder than a jet engine -- its calls reach 188 decibels while a jet reaches 140 decibels. The whales' low-frequency whistle can be heard for hundreds of miles and is probably used to attract other blue whales."
Read more about this magnificent creature and why every effort must be made to maintain its environment.
Our thanks to World Wildlife for the article