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razorback

[′rā·zər‚bak]
(geology)
A sharp, narrow ridge.
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The black and white finback whale was believed to have been originally washed into the Mediterranean shores from the Atlantic Ocean, through the Strait of Gibraltar, because of a sea storm, Egyptian news outlet (http://english.
Agravante said DOLE now requires Hanjin and its contractor to conduct basic safety awareness training for the skilled workers of Finback.
In late December, a finback whale died after beaching in the New York City borough of Queens.
The distressed 18-metre long finback, the second biggest animal species, came ashore in Breezy Point, Queens.
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Region 2's other bay (you know, the one that's not the Chesapeake) is the Delaware, home to America's largest population of horseshoe crabs, as well as dozens of bird species; dolphins; humpback, pilot, and finback whales; and plenty of smaller marine invertebrates.
With an area of 138,000 sq km, Agoa will make it possible to reinforce the protection of emblematic but threatened species, like the sperm whale, the humpback whale and the finback whale, to sustainably manage their habitats and to ensure that they are considered in the development of human activities.
On our two-hour trip we passed a seal colony, were followed by curious porpoises and spotted eight finback whales and one minky.
Bush never forgot the gratitude he felt when, two hours later, the periscope of USS Finback (SS 230) appeared.
Scammon (1874:248-250) stated, "The whales generally taken by the shore parties are Humpbacks, and California Grays; but occasionally a Right Whale, a Finback, or a Sulphur-bottom (blue whale) is captured.
The dwarf minke belongs in the same genus (Balaenoptera) as the mightiest animals on the planet, including the blue, finback and sei whale.
There are more than 20 species of dolphins swimming around the island along with sperm, pilot and finback whales.