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A whale named NOC at the National Marine Mammal Foundation in California developed a way to imitate human voices. Despite the fact that whales have very different vocal mechanisms to humans, NOC managed to lower his voice several octaves to bring it closer to human speech.
Contributed by Sam Feldstone
Geographic isolation among humpback whales is apparently rare. It's interesting why and how this particular group remained isolated for so long.
Contributed by Adam Greenlee
The oldest "modern whale" evolved about 35 million years ago! The Gray Whale is the oldest living mammal on Earth yet in the 18th century we almost hunted them to extinction. Whaling is still going on today. You are lucky to see a Fin Whale in the whole southern hemisphere of the Earth. That is how you know you messed up as a species. When you hunt your oldest living cousin to near extinction. Source(s):Knowledge gathered over the years. Different books and documentaries, whales are my favorite animal.
Contributed by Mason Slaughter