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having or resembling a beak

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The protected area will provide refuge to several endangered species, including sooty terns, beaked whales, silky sharks, oceanic whitetip sharks, manta rays, corals, and five types of sea turtles.
capensis), Risso's dolphin (Grampus griseus), northern right whale dolphin (Lissodelphis borealis), Pacific white-sided dolphin (Lagenorhynchus obliquidens), Dali's porpoise (Phocoenoides dalli), striped dolphin (Stenella coeruleoalba), and bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus); a third model for common dolphins incorporated data for both the short-and long- beaked common dolphins.
Washington, Mar 27 ( ANI ): Cuvier's beaked whales are claimed to be the most extreme breath-holders among marine mammals.
Two recent studies off the Southern California coast found certain endangered blue whales and beaked whales stopped feeding and fled from recordings of sounds similar to military sonar.
The carcass of the Stejneger's Beaked Whale washed ashore and was found by the environmental group Heal the Bay.
A team of international researchers has documented evidence for the first time that sonar altered the behavior and movement of beaked whales.
Five Gray's Beaked whales were found stranded last week in Port Waikato beach, around 100 kilometers south of Auckland.
In Wales, the likeliest species are Bottlenose dolphin, harbour porpoise, short beaked common dolphin, minke whale, Risso's dolphin, fin whale and humpback whale.
He thought it must be like how the big black and whites beaked to each other.
The Sowerby's beaked whale, which was around 10ft long and 600kg, beached itself at Blakeney Point, Norfolk.
But for a creature called the Cuvier's beaked whale, hearing starts in the throat, a new study finds.
The team in the village two hours from Tokyo pulled two Baird's beaked whales caught yesterday onto a landing station with pulleys and ropes, and chopped them into bricks of meat and blubber for sale.
This is the marine wildlife equivalent of the bird photo archives provided by VIREO (Visual Resources for Ornithology), and enables the author to illustrate his book with some truly stunning photos, including some of very rare species like that of a breaching Blainville's beaked whale (Mesoplodon densirostris).
The sequel to "A Big Beaked, Big Bellied Bird Named Bill", Brendon Mouse's Big Idea To Save The Big Bird Bunch is a picturebook story about a mouse's plan to save his avian friends from the bird-eating alligator of the first book.
An analogy between the exhibition and the tedium of quotidian domestic life is (literally) drawn on many of the black columns, which feature at their bases miniature sketches in white felt-tip of a beaked, anthropomorphic figure--the artist, we are told in a wall text, in the guise of a raven--ritualistically killing time with empty activity: ruminatively chewing cereal, smoking a cigarette, and staring at a mirror and a clock.