Cetacea


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Cetacea generates power by harvesting the renewable resources of Santa Monica Bay--wind, wave, and sun.
Recientemente, se ha visto un gran aumento de muertes o varamientos de delfines asociadas a la infeccion por el CeMV; por lo que la presente revision presenta una actualizacion critica sobre los aspectos basicos, clinicos y epidemiologicos de una de las infecciones emergentes mas importantes para la fauna cetacea mundial, haciendo especial enfasis en las alternativas actuales para su diagnostico y control.
Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Mammalia Order Cetacea Family Delphinidae Genus Tursiops Species Tursiops truncates
According to this list, the greatest kinds of animals are: birds, fish, cetacea, insects, as well as hard-shelled, soft-shelled, and soft-bodied animals (790b7-14).
Plus you're no spring lambkin, Stuntmensch," said Clarkie Purell, who'd made a career of being flung through the air by the Cetacea of AquaParq?
Se lograron identificar 58 ejemplares que corresponden a cinco especies del orden Cetacea.
The mammals belonging to the order Cetacea (which includes whales, dolphins, and porpoises) exhibit all of the characteristics we just outlined above, so there are smart aliens out there -- not 35 million miles away but right here, with us, sharing our world.
Entre las ONG promotoras de esta posicion destacan: Centro de Conservacion Cetacea (CCC, Chile-Brasil); Organizacion para la Conservacion de Cetaceos (Uruguay); Coalicion Costarricense por las Ballenas; WSPA; Comarino (Mexico); Ecoceanos (Chile).
lanigera 2 0,4 1 3,1 Abrocoma bennetti 6 1,2 4 12,5 Octodon lunatus 8 1,5 5 15,6 Spalacopus cyanus 4 0,8 2 6,3 Mustelidae 2 0,4 1 3,1 Cetacea 1 0,2 1 3,1 Otaria byronia 11 2,1 2 6,3 Ave 66 12,7 -- -- Passeriforme 1 0,2 1 3,1 Phalacrocorax sp.
It is not my intention, were it in my power, to enter into the inquiry as to the true method of dividing the cetacea into groups and families.
Dolphins belong to the scientific family Delphinidae, which is part of the Cetacea order.