Rare Keith Remezova TRU for the first time took video

Редкого кита ремнезуба Тру впервые сняли на видео

Редкого кита ремнезуба Тру впервые сняли на видео

Редкого кита ремнезуба Тру впервые сняли на видео

Редкого кита ремнезуба Тру впервые сняли на видео

Редкого кита ремнезуба Тру впервые сняли на видео

Редкого кита ремнезуба Тру впервые сняли на видео

Ramazanov Labor before never been caught, never studied and never took them off for the photo or video.

One of the rarest whale Remezov True scientists first videotaped. This is stated in an article in the journal PeerJ.

This species of toothed whales opened in 1913. This is a rather large whales with a length of 3.5-5 meters, characterized by the presence of characteristic beak and only two teeth. Ramazanov TRU never been caught, never studied and never took them off for the photo or video.

Its habitat is split in two too far apart. One of them is in the waters of the North Atlantic and the second in southern Indian ocean.

In the International red book indicates that Remezov True at least in the North Atlantic is out of threat. Population status thus listed as “insufficient data”.

In November 2012 residents of one of the Canary Islands told the researchers about the strange beached whale. Arrived on the scene to oceanographers were the first who managed to complete the body of renesola Labor.

They also managed to take video not only of females and males of this species, but their offspring.

Studying the structure of the whale’s body and its DNA allowed to confirm that remasuri GWS do exist and not a few species of Ramazanov.

In addition, the researchers found that the color of raimnazarov Labor can vary greatly from specimen to specimen, so it was probably difficult to monitor them in the past.

Another interesting fact about their lives – back of some of the males are covered with unusual dark stripes of different length, thickness and width. Probably they are the scars that appeared during the fights for the attention of females.

In 2015, scientists for the first time in history were able to photograph and observe the behavior of the rarest whales – whale Omura, known only to the bones of the skull and the DNA fragments.

In August of the same year, off the coast of the Australian state of Queensland have been seen by a rare humpback whale-albino.

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