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People Are Noticing That This Dolphin Looks Like A Mythological Creature (3 pics)

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People can't stop pointing out something strange about these underwater photos. If you looks closely at the dolphin's body, you can see that it shares some similarities with a mermaid.

1 People Are Noticing That This Dolphin Looks Like A Mythological Creature (3 pics)


2 People Are Noticing That This Dolphin Looks Like A Mythological Creature (3 pics)


3 People Are Noticing That This Dolphin Looks Like A Mythological Creature (3 pics)


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№1 Author: Slugsie (26 Apr 2016 02:28) Total user comments: 1575


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Not a Dolphin. It's a Beluga Whale.
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№2 Author: LeoWalrus (26 Apr 2016 03:33) Total user comments: 3


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that is not a goddamn dolphin
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№3 Author: kryptor (26 Apr 2016 05:14) Total user comments: 4823


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It turns out that the term "whale" describes two very different groups of cetaceans:

1. The Odontoceti, or toothed whales, which comprise the sperm whale, belugas, narwhals, orcas, dolphins and porpoises.

2. The Mysticeti, which are the baleen whales, such as humpback whales, blue whales, right whales, etc.

So, even though the sperm whale, and the killer whale and beluga whale, etc. are all whales, they are closer to dolphins than to the baleen whales in the phylogenetic tree. Thus, the term 'whale' is not that important, because basically it means a medium to large size cetacean.

Incidentally, beluga whales and narwhals are closely related and are the only members of the family Monodontidae
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№4 Author: ddubia (26 Apr 2016 11:50) Total user comments: 326


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The wonder of Google.
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