types of whales

Embark on a journey to discover the diverse species of whales.

Blue Whale

The largest animal on Earth, these giants can reach lengths of up to 100 feet.

Humpback Whale

Known for their mesmerizing songs and acrobatic displays.


The apex predators of the sea, recognizable by their black and white patterns.

Beluga Whale

Distinctive for their white color and vocal communication.

Sperm Whale

The largest of the toothed whales, known for diving great depths.

Minke Whale

The smallest of the baleen whales, often seen in polar regions.

Bowhead Whale

Adapted to life in the Arctic, with a massive bow-shaped head.


Often called the 'unicorn of the sea' due to its spiral tusk.

Bryde's Whale

Found in warm oceans, identifiable by three ridges on their head.

Pilot Whale

Social whales known to travel in large pods.

Whale Communication

Migratory whales known for their long-distance journeys.

Whale Habitats

Whales inhabit diverse regions, from icy Arctic waters to tropical seas.