Whale Coloring Pages

Whales are mammals and give birth to young ones. They take care of their babies until fully developed. They do not breathe underwater so reach the surface of the ocean to intake air with the help of blowholes present on head.

Interesting Facts

1. The largest animal living or extinct on our planet is Blue whale.
2. The tongue of blue whale weighs about the weight of an elephant.
3. Female Blue whale is the larger than a male.
4. Sperm whale can hold its breath for at least one hour.
5. A group of whales live together is known as pod.













How many types of whale are there?
There are two types of whales a) Toothed Whales b) Baleen Whales.

What is the shape of a whale’s body?
Whales are warm-blooded aquatic animals with the streamlined body; this shape helps to swim easily. The flippers are in the shape of the paddle so they can easily propel their body through the water.

What is the color of Whale’s body?
The color shade of whale’s body varies according to their ages; most of the whales have varying shade from light to dark grey, black or blue colors.

How much do whale weigh and what is the lifespan of a whale?
A blue whale weighs about 200 tonnes and has a lifespan of 80-90 years.

Where does whale lives?
Whales are found in the entire major oceans of the world; Arctic and Antarctic oceans are main habitats however they are also found in tropical water around the equator.

What does whale eat?
The diet of Whales depends upon the size, environment, and species. Some of them eat small marine animals, and some can even eat other large whales.

What are whale’ predators?
They have no natural predator in water however human beings hunt them more often for their economic benefits, and this is the reason for concern.

What is a baby whale called?
The baby whale is known as Calf; many of them are called Calves.

How does whale communicate?
Whales make different types of sound to communicate and socialize with each other. Whistles, clicks and pulsed calls are the most common sounds.

What is the swimming speed of the whale?
Killer whales swim with the speed of about 45kph but for the few seconds at a time.

Why are whale endangered?
Human beings hunt whales for commercial use like
• Oil – Lamp oil, soap, candles, and cosmetics
• Food – Cooking oil, margarine, and whale meat
• Clothing – corsets.




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