At about 90 feet in length and more than 170,000Kg, the Blue Whale in the ocean, and on land, of course, the elephant. Unfortunately, with the whaling executions going on world wide, just for the excuse it is for scientific research, the whales on this planet have had their numbers decimated in fairly recent years. The whale is an intelligent and complex creature and perhaps one of the oldest living specimens in existence today. As all living things, whales should be respected and revered, and given all of the room needed to live the life, our own creator intended for us all. This earth was provided for us all to share and live in concord. Perhaps someday mankind will realize the importance of all living species, and protect all, as is the right thing to do, for the benefit of us all.
The blue roqual, or fin-whale, which attains a length of 85 feet, is the largest living creature on the planet. Its nearest rival is probably the cachalot, or sperm whale, which, though not exceeding 60 feet in length, has a more massive head and body.
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