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GLOBICEPHALA MACRORHYNCHUS PDF

Species: Globicephala macrorhynchus; Common name: Short-finned pilot whale; Synonyms: Globicephala sieboldii, Globicephala scammonii. Learn more about the Short-finned pilot whale – with amazing Short-finned pilot whale videos, photos and facts on Arkive. Description. “The short-finned pilot whale is one of two species of the genus Globicephala living in North American waters, mostly in tropical to temperate waters.

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Includes nautiloids, cuttlefish, squids, octopuses, and extinct ammonites and belemnites. Nacrorhynchus shelf A region of relatively shallow water, not usually deeper than metres, surrounding each of the continents. Some older females have been recorded actually taking care of calves that are not their own.

Short-finned pilot whales are sensitive to loud sounds made by humans such as navy sonar and seismic exploration.

Classification Kingdom Animalia animals Animalia: Pacific Ocean body of water between the southern ocean above 60 degrees south latitudeAustralia, Asia, and the western hemisphere. Sowerby’s beaked whale M. The two distinct populations off the coasts of Japan have differences in their anatomy and genetics, mafrorhynchus could potentially comprise more than one distinct species or subspecies.

Terms of Use – The displayed portlet may be used as a link from your website to Arkive’s online content for private, scientific, conservation or educational purposes only. During the day, short-finned pilot whales are found resting and traveling, and socialize little.

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In a few sightings of pods, over several hundred animals have also been recorded.

Short-finned pilot whale – Wikipedia

A calf will suckle from its mother for a minimum of two years, but most will for nearly five years. Print PDF Search species. These dolphins have only teeth compared to in other dolphin species. They have a gray saddle around their dorsal fin. The short-finned pilot whale Globicephala macrorhynchus is one of the two macorrhynchus of cetaceans in the genus Globicephala.

A preliminary note” On-line. Monodontidae Delphinapterus Beluga D. Which species are on the road to recovery? A female may nurse a calf for up to 15 years as long as it is the last born calf. Auditory communication consists of whistles and clicks emitted vocally.

They rarely breach, but may be seen lobtailing slapping their flukes on the water surface and spy-hopping poking their heads above the surface. The cause of the mass strandings is unknown, although several theories exist such as sonar problems or parasitic infections that macrorhyncus with the central nervous system causing neurological disorders. Pilot whales have been hunted for their globicephalaa, bone, oil, and for fertilizer, a practice which continues in some areas.

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Pods of short-finned pilot whales globivephala stay within a few hundred miles and return to squid spawning sites yearly. They have flukes with sharply pointed tips, a distinct notch in the middle and concave edges.

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Animals with bilateral symmetry have dorsal and globicephlaa sides, as well as anterior and posterior ends. Females are the sole caretakers of the young. Males may weigh nearly 3 kg. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.

Short-finned pilot whale

Share this image — Hide sharing options. Also known as blackfish, Pacific pilot whale, pothead, shortfin pilot whale. Globiicephala August 23, at http: Physical communication consists of tail slapping and breaching. Though we edit our accounts for accuracy, we cannot guarantee all information in those accounts.

Females give birth about every years, and gestation lasts months.