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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Sperm Whale Appearence Sperm Whales can be measured up to 49 to 59 ft. long! That's Big! The Sperm Whales head is 40% of their body! They can weigh up to 61 tons! The scientific name for the Sperm Whale is Physeter Macrocephalus Behavior/Reproduction The Sperm Whale is the color of Taupe (a grayish brown) The male Sperm Whale is 40% longer and 300% heavier than the female. The Sperm Whale is a Mammal Habitat/Range Sperm Whales live in all oceans. They are spread into the northern and southern hemesphere Diet and Role Sperm Whales eat: Cephalopods including, Squid, Octopus and Cuttlefish Sperm Whales are predators It's hunted by Orcas and Killer Whales They are diurnal The Sperm Whale eats Cephalopods, they play an important job in keeping the Cephalopod population under controll If the Sperm Whale disappeared, the Cephalopod population would increase and it would be bad for the ecosystem The Gestation of a Sperm Whale is 14-16 months Sperm Whales only give birth to a small amount of Calves Females are very protective and the calves travel with them They only have an offspring about every 5 years They have a life span of 60-70 years Sperm Whales live in groups Why is the Sperm Whale Endangered?What is being done? The Sperm Whale is endangered because of Commercial Whaling It is protected under the Marine Mammal Protection of 1972 Works CitedIcons Made by Freepik from Is Licensed by CC BY 3.0. N.p., n.d. Web.Perrin, WF, Wursig, B, Thewissen JGM, Eds. 2002. Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals . Academic Press. N.p., n.d. Web."sperm Whale." Britannica School. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 2014. Web. 18 Nov. 2014. N.p., n.d. Web."Sperm Whale (Physeter Macrocephalus)." Encyclopedia of Endangered Species. Vol. 2. Gale, 2009. Science in Context. Web. 11 Nov. 2014. N.p., n.d. Web.
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