The blue whale feeds on small organisms called copepods and krill. It eats by sucking in a mouthful of water and krill and then filtering out the water through its baleen bristle teeth. More »

In addition to being the largest member of the mammal family, the blue whale is also the largest creature known to have ever inhabited the planet. This marine giant grows up to 105 feet in length, can weigh up to 200 ton... More »

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Killer whales, sharks and false killer whales eat whales. False killer whales and killer whales may hunt whales in packs. Humans are largely considered to be the primary predator of whales. More »

It is not possible to know for certain what would have happened in a fight between a megalodon and a blue whale, as megalodon sharks became extinct roughly two million years ago. Owing to the jaw size and power of the me... More »

The largest whale recorded in history is the blue whale. Blue whales weigh up to 200 tons and grow to lengths of 100 feet. Their hearts weigh as much as an automobile, and their tongues weigh as much as an elephant. More »

Seahorses feed on a variety of foods that include plankton, small fish, and crustaceans such as copepods and shrimp. In the wild, most seahorses only eat live food and are ambush predators. Seahorses don’t have teeth, so... More »

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Krill eat phytoplankton and tiny single-celled plants and algae. Most species of krill are omnivorous filter feeders, although there are some carnivorous species that eat the larvae of fish and zooplankton. Most krill us... More »

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