Explore the Underwater Life of Bowhead Whales

Bowhead whales have robust bodies. They are dark-coloured whales with no dorsal fin and a strongly bowed lower jaw and narrow upper jaw. Their baleen plates exceed three metres and are the longest of the baleen whales. Baleen plates are used to strain tiny prey from the water. There are over 15 species of Baleen Whales that inhabit our oceans. Find out more!

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