Sperm whales eyesight
A moment that changed me – looking a sperm whale in the eye | Philip Hoare | Opinion | The Guardian
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Description:Sperm whale Facts Sperm whale Facts Sperm whale is the largest type of toothed whales. Sperm whales can be found in all oceans of the world. Population of sperm whales is divided in groups that inhabit north and south hemisphere. Males can be seen near the polar region more often than females which spend most of their time with young whales in temperate waters. Sperm whales are listed as endangered species because they were extensively hunted in the past.