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Name:  mishan
Status: other
Age: 6-8
Location: IN
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Date: 7/1/2005


Question:
how much time can whale stay inside the water without brithing?


Replies:
Humpback whales have been recorded at 15 minutes. Some information give the Sperm whale the ability to hold their breath for up to two hours. There is not a lot of researched based information available..

http://whale.wheelock.edu/archives/ask02/0075.html

Steve Sample


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