[78] Pygmy blue whales typically remain north of 52°S,[74][136] except on rare occasions, e.g. 1. largest mammal ever known; bluish-grey migratory whalebone whale mostly of southern hemisphere 2. [196] Male pygmy blue whales averaged 61.4 ft (18.7 m) at sexual maturity. Cette graisse constitue également une réserve d'énergie mobilisable durant la migration des baleines, période où elles se nourrissent peu. De puissants muscles en actionnent l’ouverture. The Blue Whale (Balaenoptera musculus) is a marine mammal belonging to the baleen whales (Mysticeti). Lawrence Marine Park in Canada. The blue whale diet consists almost exclusively of euphausiids (krill) except off Sri Lanka. The International Whaling Commission banned all hunting of blue whales in 1966 and gave them worldwide protection. Il y a également la méduse à crinière de lion, ou encore le siphonophore géant, dépassant tous deux les 40 m de long. Les diatomées présentes sur la peau des baleines appartiennent à l’espèce Cocconeis ceticola[47]. Lagerquist et al. [72] Recovery and current population sizes vary regionally and by subspecies. [15][47][89][194][195] Another method for determining age at sexual maturity, involves measurements of testosterone from the baleen of male blue whales. Avant la chasse industrielle à la baleine, la plus forte population se trouvait dans l’Atlantique, qui en comptait approximativement 240 000 (entre 202 000 et 311 000). Taxonomy Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Mammalia Order Cetartiodactyla Family Balaenopteridae Genus Balaenoptera Morphology The blue whale Balaenoptera musculus is the largest animal recorded on the planet, with the longest recorded … Beluga Whale (Delphinapterus leucas) Blue Whale (Balaenoptera musculus) Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) Killer Whale (Orcinus orca) Melon-headed Whale (Peponocephala electra) Narwhal (Monodon monoceros) Sitemap. [68][78] Like the Madagascar population, this population’s distribution remains north of 52°S. Blue whales were nearly hunted to extinction in the 19th and 20th centuries by commercial whalers until the International Whaling Commission banned the taking of blue whales in 1967. Les baleines se nourrissent toujours dans des zones où la concentration de krill est très importante, consommant parfois 3 600 kg de krill en une seule journée[26]. La baleine bleue consomme au passage des petits poissons, des crustacés et des calmars pris avec le krill[34],[35]. Les faces inférieures sont blanches. [231][232] Blue whale inner ears appear well adapted for detecting low-frequency sounds. Les baleines bleues ne sont pas faciles à tuer ou capturer. Major feeding grounds have been identified in the South Taranaki Bight between the North and South Islands, along the east coast of Northland (North Island), and off the east and west coasts of the South Island and the Hauraki Gulf. Suborder: Mysticeti. Cela signifie qu’elles se nourrissent à une profondeur supérieure à cent mètres la journée et seulement en surface la nuit. On suggère également que les populations islandaises et californiennes augmentent, mais cette augmentation n’est pas statistiquement significative. Facebook. Certains peuvent être de couleur uniformément gris-ardoise quand d’autres montrent des variations importantes de bleus foncés, gris et noirs dans un motif tacheté[3]. Les scientifiques classent les populations de l’espèce en trois ou quatre sous-espèces : B. m. musculus, comprenant les populations du nord du Pacifique et de l’Atlantique, B. m. intermedia, la baleine bleue de l’océan Antarctique, B. m. brevicauda, également appelée baleine bleue pygmée et découverte dans l’océan Indien et le sud du Pacifique[66], et la plus problématique B. m. indica, qui est également présente dans l’océan Indien et bien que décrite antérieurement pourrait être de la même sous-espèce que B. m. brevicauda[67]. [185] Energetic models have estimated that the daily prey biomass requirement for an average-sized blue whale is 1,120 ± 359 kg krill. [30], The five blue whale subspecies recognized by the Society for Marine Mammalogy’s Committee on Taxonomy[31][32] are distributed in all major ocean basins, except the Bering Sea and the Arctic Ocean, although blue whales have been sighted near the ice edge in the North Atlantic. L’importance de ces taches varie significativement d’un individu à l’autre. [31][86][285] Evidence includes a breeding season asynchronous with Southern Hemisphere blue whales,[87] a distinct Sri Lanka call type,[65][140] a slightly smaller total length at maturity,[89] and potential year-round residency. La baleine bleue reste classée parmi les espèces animales dites « en danger » dans la liste rouge de l'UICN des espèces menacées, et il en est ainsi depuis la création de la liste[56]. The Göteborg Natural History Museum (Sweden) contains the only taxidermized blue whale in the world, a 52 ft (16 m) juvenile killed after stranding alive in 1865, with its skeleton mounted beside the mount. There remain only much smaller concentrations in the Eastern North Pacific (1,647), Central North Pacific (63–133), North Atlantic (1,000–2,000), Antarctic (2,280), New Zealand (718), Northern Indian Ocean (270) and Chile (570-760). [263][264], The phylogeny of the blue whales is still debated because their placement varies depending on the molecular markers and phylogenetic analysis used. In 1955 they were given complete protection in the North Atlantic under the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling; this protection was extended to the Antarctic in 1965 and the North Pacific in 1966. Initialement peu commode et peu efficace, le canon-harpon fut amélioré par Foyn et bientôt plusieurs stations de chasse de baleines furent établies sur la côte du Finnmark, au nord de la Norvège[71]. They may also be seen off San Diego, CA in July and August, and off Baja California Sur, Mexico and in the Sea of Cortez from January through March. Son foie pèse environ une tonne[19]. Sur Terre, des fossiles de sauropodes tels que Amphicoelias ou Bruhathkayosaurus laissent suggérer des tailles approchant les 50 mètres. Taxonomy and Nomenclature The blue whale Balaenoptera musculus (Linnaeus 1758) is a marine mammals pertaining to the Balaenopteridae family. Des estimations réalisées par Cummings et Thompson (1971) suggèrent que les sons émis par la baleine bleue oscillent entre 155 et 188 décibels[42],[43]. [228] Southall et al. Certaines baleines bleues de l’Atlantique Nord élèvent leur nageoire caudale quand elles plongent. Tous les groupes de baleines bleues font des appels d’une fréquence de base variant entre dix et quarante hertz, alors que la plus faible fréquence perceptible par l’homme est généralement de vingt hertz. [215] The first video of a calf thought to be nursing was filmed in New Zealand in 2016. [73][74][75][76][77] Acoustic data indicate that they are distributed in the sub-Antarctic waters of the southern Indian Ocean in summer and fall, including near the Crozet Islands and Amsterdam Island. Les baleines bleues furent bientôt chassées en Islande (1883)[73], aux îles Féroé (1894)[74], à Terre-Neuve (1898)[71] et au Spitzberg (1903)[75]. [41][148], Data from individual satellite tagged Eastern North Pacific blue whales suggest leisurely traveling rates of 4 knots, or 4.6 mph (7.41 km/h),[149] with a minimum average speed of 1.55 ± 1.68 mph (2.49 ± 2.7 km/h). Sars adopted it as the common name in 1874. Entre 1930 et 1931, ces bateaux tuèrent 29 400 baleines bleues rien que dans l’Antarctique[76]. Overview; Gallery; Names; Classification; Records; Literature; Sequences; Data Partners + Online Resources. Balaenoptera bertae; Balaenoptera cephalus; Balaenoptera colcloughi; Balaenoptera cortesii; Balaenoptera davidsonii; Balaenoptera ryani; Balaenoptera siberi [23] The largest heart weight measured from a stranded North Atlantic blue whale was 0.1985 tons (397 lb), the largest known in any animal.[24]. Between 1979 and 2009, 440 blue whales were photo-identified in the Gulf of St. Lawrence estuary and northwestern Gulf of St. Des baleines bleues vivantes peuvent être rencontrées lors de croisières dans le Golfe du Maine[89], et elles sont la principale attraction le long de la rive nord du golfe du Saint-Laurent et dans l’estuaire du Saint-Laurent[85]. [248] The blue whale call recorded off Madagascar, a two‐unit phrase,[249] starts with 5–7 pulses with a center frequency of 35.1 ± 0.7 Hz and duration of 4.4 ± 0.5 s followed by a 35 ± 0 Hz tone lasting 10.9 ± 1.1 s.[248] In the Southern Ocean, blue whales calls last roughly 18 seconds and consist of a 9-s-long, 27 Hz tone, followed by a 1-s downsweep to 19 Hz, and another downsweep to 18 Hz. [138] An acoustic boundary between the Western Australia/Indonesia population and the Eastern Australia/New Zealand population has been identified as the junction of the Indian and Pacific Oceans.[84][88]. Pygmy blue whale males average 83.5 (167,000 lb) and 99 tons (198,000 lb). [253] One hypothesis is that as blue whale populations recover from whaling, this is increasing sexual selection pressure (i.e., lower frequency indicates larger body size),[252] although given the difficulties in measuring length from living whales, there is little evidence for changes in body size since whaling ended. Dans les eaux tempérées où le krill est peu abondant elles consomment jusqu'à dix fois moins de nourriture par jour. En 1920, une baleine bleue s’échoua près de Bragar, sur Lewis dans les Hébrides extérieures d’Écosse. Family: Balaenopteridae. Kato et al. In the Indian Ocean, blue whales can be seen off Mirissa, Sri Lanka in March and April. Certaines baleines bleues de l’Antarctique s’approchent du sud-est de l’océan Atlantique en hiver, et leurs chants sont parfois entendus au large du Pérou, de l’ouest de l’Australie et dans le nord de l’océan Indien[62]. The genus name, Balaenoptera, means winged whale while the species name, musculus, could mean “muscle” or a diminutive form of “mouse”, potentially a clever pun by Carl Linnaeus, who named the species in Systema Naturae. [245][158] D calls are produced by both sexes during social interactions while foraging and may considered multi-purpose contact calls. Balaenoptera Lacépède, 1804 – rorquals, finback whales, baleen whales : Species: Balaenoptera musculus (Linnaeus, 1758) – Blue Whale, Ballena azul, rorqual bleu : Subspecies: Balaenoptera musculus indica Blyth, 1859 – Great Indian Rorqual, Northern Indian Ocean blue whale The purpose of vocalization is unknown, but songs produced only by males appear to have a sexually related purpose, while “D-calls” and other non-repeating calls are produced during feeding by both sexes. A genus of WHALES in the family Balaenopteridae, consisting of five species: Blue Whale, Bryde's Whale, FIN WHALE, Sei Whale, and MINKE WHALEThey are distinguished by a relatively slender body, a compressed tail stock, and a pointed snout. Acoustic monitoring during migrations of Australian pygmy whales in the southeastern Indian Ocean resulted in an estimate of 660–1,750 whales. La petite nageoire dorsale de cette baleine bleue est juste visible tout à fait à gauche de l’image. Il met en circulation 10 000 litres de sang[16]. Le corps de la baleine bleue est recouvert d'une couche de graisse d'une épaisseur de 5 à 30 cm, suivant la période de l'année, qui joue un rôle dans la régulation de sa température corporelle[22]. In 2020, during a 23-day survey, scientists from the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) detected a population of 55 blue whales near a sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia. [242][243][244][245] A and B calls are often produced in repeated co-occurring sequences as song only by males, suggesting a reproductive function. Ginklasipika han IUCN an species komo nangangarat-an. [311] estimated 671 (279–1613) pygmy blue whales from a line-transect survey of a small area off the southern coast of Australia. The taxonomic status and distribution of the various populations of blue whales are still unsettled Branch et al., 2007). Share. EXPORT AS CSV Export this record and all children. [32][238] The source level of blue whales off Chile in the 14 to 222 Hz band were estimated to be 188 dB re 1 μPa at 1 m,[238] 189 dB re 1 μPa at 1 m for Antarctic blue whales,[239] and 174 dB re 1 μPa at 1 m for pygmy blue whales.[78]. In fact, of the five known subspecies of blue whales, members of the Antarctic (Balaenoptera musculus intermedia) populations tend to be even larger than other blue whale subspecies. [219] In 1986, a 70 ft (21.3 m) pregnant female whale was caught. Order Cetacea . [105] However, blue whales are not as specific in their movement patterns, and there is substantial evidence of alternative strategies, such as year-round residency, partial or differential migration, and anomalous habits such as feeding on breeding grounds. Toutefois, puisque les enregistrements individuels ne remontent pas au-delà de l’ère de la chasse à la baleine, cela ne sera pas connu avec précision avant de nombreuses années. Quand elles se nourrissent, elles ralentissent à 5 km/h. This allows them to acquire the energy necessary for sustaining basic metabolic maintenance costs while storing additional energy necessary for migration and reproduction. Son cerveau a une masse d'environ 6,92 kg mais ne représente que 0,007% de son poids total[15], ce qui est nettement inférieur à celle de l'humain. On y rencontre également parfois un petit copépode, penella[48]. Néanmoins, des masses variant entre 150 et 170 tonnes furent enregistrées sur des animaux atteignant 27 mètres de longueur. En considérant les modes migratoires de la baleine bleue qui sont principalement basés sur la température des océans, un dysfonctionnement de cette circulation qui fait se déplacer eau chaude et eau froide autour de la terre devrait perturber les migrations des baleines[87]. Cite this page. [188], Blue whales maximize the intake of energy by increasing the number of lunges they make during a dive while targeting dense krill patches. Species; See text Balaenoptera is the largest genus of the Rorqual whales, containing eight species, including the recently discovered Balaenoptera omurai in 2003. [32] Large-scale takes did not begin until 1864, when the Norwegian Svend Foyn invented the exploding harpoon gun and by using them with steam and diesel-powered ships. Cetacea. Order: Cetacea. Ainsi, la plus longue plongée enregistrée est de trente-six minutes. The third population, the western North Atlantic population, is the only population currently recognized in the North Atlantic. Cependant on ne sait pas quand les différents membres de cette famille divergèrent les uns des autres. Ces plis facilitent l’évacuation d’eau de la bouche après la prise de nourriture. In addition, the ovaries of female blue whales form a permanent record of the number of ovulations (or perhaps pregnancies), in the form of corpora albicantia. Because blue whales are classed as a “Protection Stock” by the International Whaling Commission, trading their meat is illegal, and the kill is an infraction that must be reported. 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S. West Coast, with implications for management", "Estimating historical eastern North Pacific blue whale catches using spatial calling patterns", "Caza de ballenas - Defensa de los océanos", "Do ship strikes threaten the recovery of endangered eastern North Pacific blue whales? Une aorte de baleine bleue a un diamètre d’environ 23 cm[18]. [194] Gestation lasts 10–11 months. [89][115][116][117] In the winter, they migrate to low-latitude waters, including Hawaii. Number of matches: 17 Query: SELECT * FROM img WHERE ready=1 and taxon = "Balaenoptera musculus" ORDER BY taxon Click on the thumbnail to see an enlargement The characteristics of specific call types vary with respect to fundamental frequency, bandwidth, and duration, among others. [119] In the Western North Atlantic, blue whales migrate to the Gulf of St. Lawrence in the summer to feed, but some may remain year-round. Related Links Get the free MV Field Guide to Victorian Fauna app for Apple and Android devices See Balaenoptera musculus in the Atlas of Living Australia. Les femelles donnent généralement naissance à un baleineau une fois tous les deux à trois ans au début de l’hiver, après une gestation allant de dix à douze mois[36]. In fact, bowhead whales might live as long as 200 years (Keane et al., 2015). Des études sur le nombre de B. m. brevicauda sont en cours. Entre 60 et 90 sillons (appelées plis ventraux) longent la gorge parallèlement au corps. [201] They are generally solitary or found in small groups. [39][40] Acoustic recordings suggest that some individuals may remain on their feeding grounds[112][113][114] and on their breeding grounds year-round. Taxon category: Accepted Syn. Les espèces d'euphausiacés consommées par la baleine bleue varient d’un océan à l’autre. En moyenne, la fréquence cardiaque est 2,5 fois plus importante entre le moment où elle est la plus basse en plongée et celui où la baleine remonte en surface[17]. Au cours de la migration, elles ne s'alimentent quasiment pas et mobilisent près de la moitié de leurs réserves corporelles, qui représentent elles-mêmes 70 % de leur masse corporelle avant le départ. [214] Blue whale calves gain roughly 37,500 lb (17,000 kg) during the weaning period. Linné qui nomma l’espèce dans son œuvre-phare Systema Naturae de 1758[52] devait savoir cela et pourrait avoir intentionnellement choisi ce double sens ironique[53]. [44][48] The Eastern North Pacific population migrates in the winter to their breeding grounds in the Gulf of California[7][40][111] and the Costa Rica Dome in the Eastern Tropical Pacific. Dans le Pacifique nord il s’agit principalement d’Euphausia pacifica, Thysanoessa inermis, Thysanoessa longipes, Thysanoessa spinifera, Nyctiphanes simplex et Nematoscelis megalops, et dans l’Antarctique d’Euphausia superba, Euphausia crystallorophias et Euphausia valentin[30],[31],[32]. La partie supérieure de la baleine, et parfois les nageoires, sont généralement tachetées. Son rythme est caractérisé par une fréquence de 33 battements par minute. These fibrous masses are permanent scars that have been used in the past as an indication of age. L’augmentation toujours croissante de bruit dans les océans, en couvrant les sons émis par les baleines, peut rendre la communication entre animaux plus difficile[85]. musculus. La menace humaine pour une éventuelle recrudescence du nombre de baleines bleues provient également de l’accumulation de polychlorobiphényle (PCB) dans le corps des baleines[86]. [16] The Discovery Committee reported lengths up to 102 ft (31.1 m);[17] however, the longest scientifically measured (e.g., from rostrum tip to tail notch) individual blue whale was 98 ft (29.9 m). Comme les autres baleines, la baleine bleue se nourrit essentiellement d’un petit crustacé, le krill, de planctons mais également de petits poissons et parfois de calmars. [204] The blue whale call recorded off Sri Lanka is a three‐unit phrase. It was hunted almost to the point of extinction by whaling until the International Whaling Commission banned all hunting of blue whales in 1967. [15][105] There is a 6–8 month weaning period until the calf is 53 ft (16 m) in length.[15][5][105][195][206][210][211]. Des hybrides entre la baleine bleue et la baleine à bosse ont également déjà été observés. [39][41][42][48], Northern subspecies (B. m. musculus) – Western and Central North Pacific population: Little is known about the migration of this population. [138], Molecular evidence has suggested that common and pygmy hippopotamus, extant members of the family Hippopotamidae, are the closest living relatives to the order Cetacea. Elle a été chantée par Steve Waring dans son album pour les enfants La Baleine bleue ( 1973 réédition 2000 ) puis par Léo Ferré dans son album L'Opéra du pauvre (1983), où une baleine bleue adresse un monologue ironique (et libertaire) aux hommes. No records of natural births are known,[206] although a blue whale that ended up in Trincomalee harbor gave birth to a calf before being towed back to sea the following day. Une baleine bleue adulte peut ingurgiter quarante millions d'euphausiacés en une journée[33]. The Antarctic subspecies, B. m. intermedia [57] is found mostly south of the Antarctic Convergence Zone in austral summer, but spread widely from the Southern ocean to the equator in all oceans during the austral winter. Les scientifiques ne savent pas où ces animaux passent leurs hivers. [265][266][267][268][269][270] The most recent analysis estimates that the Balaenopteridae family diverged from other families in the late Miocene, between 10.48 and 4.98 million years ago. Each chronologically deposited light and dark layer (lamina) indicate a switch between fasting during migration and feeding, and one set is laid down per year, and thus the number of these layers can be used as an indicator of age. in the waters off Chile. [41][42][58][59][60][61][62][63][64][65][66][67][68][69], 3. Toutefois lorsqu’un échouage a lieu, il peut mobiliser l’attention du public. Closed population models for the same feeding grounds in 2012 estimate 762 (95% CI=638–933) and 570 (95% CI=475–705) for photographs of left and right sides of the animals, respectively.[317]. The northern subspecies, B. m. musculus [35] is found in the North Pacific and North Atlantic, although given the geographic separation and genetic differences, populations in these two regions are unlikely to be closely linked. [7][38][107][108] Their documented migration to secondary feeding areas off Oregon, Washington,[109] the Alaska Gyre, and the Aleutian Islands. Le Musée d'histoire naturelle de Londres contient un célèbre squelette et un modèle à taille réelle de baleine bleue, qui furent les premiers de la sorte dans le monde, mais ont été reproduits à l’université de Californie à Santa Cruz. Dans l’Antarctique, les meilleures estimations montrent une augmentation significative de 7,3 % par an depuis la fin de la chasse illégale par l’URSS, mais le nombre de baleines reste au-dessous de 1 % des niveaux originels[54]. 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