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Somewhere in the things humans make, I want to see scars, failure, disorder, distortion.”

― Yohji Yamamoto


The fluke of a whale as it dives 
The sperm whale is the  largest of all toothed whales, making them the Earth’s largest living  carnivore and largest living toothed animal. The whale was named after  the milky-white waxy substance, spermaceti, found in its head and  originally mistaken for sperm. It has a cosmopolitan distribution across  the world’s oceans. The species feeds on squid and fish, diving as deep  as 3000 metres in order to obtain its prey, making it the deepest  diving mammal in the world. Pods of females and young live separately  from older males. Sperm whales live for 50 years and possibly more.  Sperm whales are not the easiest of whales to watch, due to their long  dive times and ability to travel long distances underwater. However, due  to the distinctive look and large size of the whale, watching is  increasingly popular.
Recently more sperm whales can be found in the North Sea on their way from the South to the North.

(by B℮n)

The fluke of a whale as it dives

The sperm whale is the largest of all toothed whales, making them the Earth’s largest living carnivore and largest living toothed animal. The whale was named after the milky-white waxy substance, spermaceti, found in its head and originally mistaken for sperm. It has a cosmopolitan distribution across the world’s oceans. The species feeds on squid and fish, diving as deep as 3000 metres in order to obtain its prey, making it the deepest diving mammal in the world. Pods of females and young live separately from older males. Sperm whales live for 50 years and possibly more. Sperm whales are not the easiest of whales to watch, due to their long dive times and ability to travel long distances underwater. However, due to the distinctive look and large size of the whale, watching is increasingly popular.

Recently more sperm whales can be found in the North Sea on their way from the South to the North.


(by B℮n)

The fluke of a whale as it dives

The sperm whale is the largest of all toothed whales, making them the Earth’s largest living carnivore and largest living toothed animal. The whale was named after the milky-white waxy substance, spermaceti, found in its head and originally mistaken for sperm. It has a cosmopolitan distribution across the world’s oceans. The species feeds on squid and fish, diving as deep as 3000 metres in order to obtain its prey, making it the deepest diving mammal in the world. Pods of females and young live separately from older males. Sperm whales live for 50 years and possibly more. Sperm whales are not the easiest of whales to watch, due to their long dive times and ability to travel long distances underwater. However, due to the distinctive look and large size of the whale, watching is increasingly popular.

Recently more sperm whales can be found in the North Sea on their way from the South to the North.


(by B℮n)

















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