Southern Right Whale (Eubalaena australis)

Scaled collection of drawings of Southern Right Whale in front and side poses

The Southern right whale loves to raise its tail off the water before it starts a dive. These right whales belong to the family Balaenidae and are mostly found in the oceans of the southern hemisphere. The Southern right whales are social, living in groups or pairs and love to slap their flippers on the water surface. They likewise love to breach and frequently spy hop. They prefer deep open oceans and often migrate annually. The Southern right whales are enormous, slow swimmers hence were an easy victim for whaling. They are identified by a black body with patches of white coating underneath and on their chin, broad backs, lack of dorsal fins, and have visible callosities around their mouth and over their head.

Southern Right Whales have a total length between 50’-60’ (15.2-18.3 m), body height of 10.5’-12.8’ (3.2-3.9 m), and width of 17.4’-21.7’ (5.3-6.6 m). The typical weight of the Southern Right Whale is in the range of 47-90 tons (43-82 metric tons). Southern Right Whale have lifespans between 60-80 years.

Details

*Under Development*

Height:
10.5’-12.8’ | 3.2-3.9 m
Width:
17.4’-21.7’ | 5.3-6.6 m
Depth:
Length:
50’-60’ | 15.2-18.3 m
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Weight:
47-90 tons | 43-82 metric tons
Area:
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Scientific Name:
Eubalaena australis
Lifespan:
60-80 years

Properties

Drawings include:

Southern Right Whale side elevation, front, top

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Baleen whales are also called whalebones whales or Mysticeti or toothless whales. They are part of the Cetacea infraorder and possess an extraordinary modification of the mouth (also called baleen) used for filtering food from the water. They are the largest carnivorous marine vertebrates.

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25.3’-31.8’ | 7.7-9.7 m
82’-105’ | 25-32 m
55-165 tons | 50-150 metric tons
80-90 years
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14.1’-19.4’ | 4.3-5.9 m
45’-60’ | 13.7-18.3 m
75-100 tons | 68-91 metric tons
150-200 years
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370.000
590.000
1830.000
90718.000
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3D
Bowhead Whale
8’-9’8” | 2.44-2.97 m
12.1’-14.8’ | 3.7-4.5 m
43’-52’ | 13-16 m
27.5-33 tons | 25-30 metric tons
45-100 years
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297.000
450.000
1600.000
30000.000
100.00
63200
3D
Humpback Whale
9.5’-11.5’ | 2.9-3.5 m
15.4’-18.4’ | 4.7-5.6 m
75’-90’ | 22.9-27.4 m
74-114 tons | 67-103 metric tons
80-100 years
Fin Whale
350.000
560.000
2740.000
103419.000
100.00
35800
3D
Fin Whale
6.9’-8.5’ | 2.1-2.6 m
10.2’-11.5’ | 3.1-3.5 m
40’-50’ | 12.2-15.2 m
30-41 tons | 27-37 metric tons
55-80 years
Gray Whale
260.000
350.000
1520.000
37195.000
80.00
22300
3D
Gray Whale
5.9’-8.9’ | 1.8-2.7 m
11.2’-16.1’ | 3.4-4.9 m
45’-65’ | 13.7-19.8 m
18-30 tons | 16-27 metric tons
50-75 years
Sei Whale
270.000
490.000
1980.000
27215.000
75.00
14700
3D
Sei Whale
9.2’-11.1’ | 2.8-3.4 m
14.8’-18’ | 4.5-5.5 m
43’-52’ | 13.1-15.8 m
44-75 tons | 40-68 metric tons
50-70 years
North Atlantic Right Whale
340.000
550.000
1580.000
68039.000
70.00
11000
3D
North Atlantic Right Whale
10.5’-12.8’ | 3.2-3.9 m
17.4’-21.7’ | 5.3-6.6 m
50’-60’ | 15.2-18.3 m
47-90 tons | 43-82 metric tons
60-80 years
Southern Right Whale
390.000
660.000
1830.000
81647.000
80.00
10150
3D
Southern Right Whale
11.5’-15.1’ | 3.5-4.6 m
17.1’-23’ | 5.2-7 m
49’-65’ | 14.9-19.8 m
80-100 tons | 73-91 metric tons
50-70 years
North Pacific Right Whale
460.000
700.000
1980.000
90718.000
70.00
3500
3D
North Pacific Right Whale
4.3’-5.9’ | 1.3-1.8 m
6.6’-9.2’ | 2-2.8 m
26’-35’ | 7.9-10.7 m
6-10 tons | 5-9 metric tons
40-50 years
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180.000
280.000
1070.000
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2900
3D
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4.3’-5.6’ | 1.3-1.7 m
16’-21’ | 4.9-6.4 m
3-4 tons | 2.7-3.6 metric tons
20-40 years
Pygmy Right Whale
109.000
170.000
640.000
3629.000
40.00
1300
3D
Pygmy Right Whale
6.6’-7.9’ | 2-2.4 m
10.5’-13.1’ | 3.2-4 m
45’-55’ | 13.7-16.8 m
17-25 tons | 15-23 metric tons
50-70 years
Bryde’s Whale
240.000
400.000
1680.000
22679.000
70.00
1100
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