Southern Bottlenose Whale * Suidelike Spitssnoetdolfyn * Hyperoodon Planifrons

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Walvis DolfynThe length of the southern bottlenose whale is 7.5 meters (25 feet). On males, the beak is long and white; on females, it is grey. They weigh between 3-6 metric tons.

It can be found as far south as the coast of Antarctica and as far north as the southernmost point of South Africa, the North Island of New Zealand, and sections of southern Brazil.

The main sources of food for southern bottlenose whales are squid and krill. According to a study of the southern bottlenose whale's stomach contents, the majority of the squid were South African and Antarctic squid species.