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Sperm Whale

Location: Indian Ocean
The largest toothed predator on the planet, the sperm whale or cachalot. Males can regularly reach 16 metres long, and can weigh 60 tonnes. Females and young often spend their lives around sheltered islands with deep ocean drop offs, though adult males will travel to the poles to feed before returning to mate. Their diving ability is nothing short of extraordinary, being able to remain submerged for 90 minutes and reach depths of over 2km, where they hunt giant squid, surely one of natures most dramatic encounters. Fortunately for this photographer at the surface they are simply curious.
Photographer: Gary Peart
Image ID: sperm whale 2-30
Gallery: Image of the Week

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