bottle-nosed whale


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  • noun

Synonyms for bottle-nosed whale

northern Atlantic beaked whale with a bulbous forehead

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The hope was that Willy - a 15ft Northern bottle-nosed whale - would be well enough to be released back into the sea.
The 15ft northern bottle-nosed whale swam up the river into central London on Friday after managing to get past the Thames barrier.
The 15ft-long northern bottle-nosed whale swam into Central London yesterday making its way up river as far as Chelsea.
Fears were growing for the 15ft northern bottle-nosed whale, as experts believe it may become stranded when the tide changed last night.
Earlier fears had grown for the 15ft long northern bottle-nosed whale after the British Divers Marine Life Rescue said the whale had not been spotted, despite the tide change at about 6pm.
A LARGE marine mammal which swam up the Thames into central London yesterday, was identified as a northern bottle-nosed whale by Richard Sabin, whales and dolphins expert at the Natural History Museum.
But the skeleton of the young 19-ft bottle-nosed whale will not go on public display.
Fears were growing for the 15ft long northern bottle-nosed whale, as experts believe it may become stranded when the tide changes this evening.
Fears were growing for the 15ft long northern bottle-nosed whale, as experts believed it might become stranded in shallow water after the tide turned.
THE plight of the female bottle-nosed whale which died after losing its way in the Thames enthralled the nation.
The northern bottle-nosed whale had appeared confused and disorientated as it swam up the Thames past the Houses of Parliament and as far as Battersea - hundreds of miles from home in the Atlantic.
This is the first northern bottle-nosed whale ever known in the Thames, but the river has seen many unusual visitors, including dolphins and seals.
THE northern bottle-nosed whale spends all year in very deep, cold sea water.
The northern bottle-nosed whale - believed to be just a youngster - had appeared confused and disorientated as it swam up the Thames past the Houses of Parliament and as far as Battersea - hundreds of miles from home in the Atlantic.
The northern bottle-nosed whale had appeared confused and disorientated as it swam up the Thames past the Houses of Parliament as far as Battersea - hundreds of miles from its home in the Atlantic.