Did you know?
with all baleen whales, Bryde’s whales do not have teeth.
There are between 250 – 410 baleen plates (about 15 centimeters
long and 20 centimeters wide) which may be separated at the front
of the mouth by a gap. Most baleen is black or dark gray, although
near the front of the mouth, it may be cream-colored.
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