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Baby Sperm Whale

We’ve run into sperm whales a bunch of times. I even rescued a baby one when we were hanging out with the Junior Nektons.

Sperm whales are the largest of the toothed whales, and they have huge brains. They talk to each other using complex clicking sounds, which I’ve been trying to learn to do. I’m not having much luck so far, but practice makes perfect! Plus, it drives Fontaine crazy.

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