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Right under the skeleton of the second largest animal in the world, you could figure out how Jonah and Pinocchio must have felt. And the one above you is just a baby Balaenoptera physalus, better known as fin whale. This baleen whale species – a baleen being a substitute of teeth for filtering water and trapping small shellfish – can reach 26 meters in length.

Details

  • Title: Roomy bellies
  • Date Created: 2013
  • Location: Muse, Trento, Italy
  • Photographer: Matteo De Stefano
  • Object Name: Fin whale - Balaenoptera physalus

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