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North Pacific Ocean animal life

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Some of the animals who live in the North Pacific Ocean include:

Finless Porpoise (Neophocaena phocaenoides)Read more.
  PHYLUM: Chordata CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Cetacea FAMILY: Phocenidae GENUS: Neophocaena SPECIES: phocaenoides TOOTHED or TOOTHLESS (BALEEN): Toothed FRESHWATER, SALTERWATER Read more.
Northern Right Whale Dolphin (Lissodelphis borealis)Read more.
Northern right whale dolphins are members of the delphinid family and the subfamily Lissodelphinae. They are approximately 6.5-10 ft (2-3 m) in Read more.
False Killer Whale (Pseudorca crassidens)Read more.
False killer whales are large members of the dolphin family. Females reach lengths of 15 feet (4.5 m), while males are almost Read more.
Indo-Pacific Humpbacked Dolphin (Sousa chinensis)Read more.
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Cetacea Family: Delphinidae Genus: Sousa Species: chinensis TOOTHED or TOOTHLESS (BALEEN): Toothed FRESHWATER, Read more.
Fin Whale (Balaenoptera physalus)Read more.
Fin whales are the second-largest species of whale, with a maximum length of about 75 feet (22 m) in the Northern Hemisphere, Read more.
Ribbon Seal (Phoca fasciata)Read more.
The ribbon seal is one of nine species of ice seals inhabiting the Arctic and is the only species in Read more.
Long-beaked common dolphin (Delphinus capensis)Read more.
Long-beaked common dolphins are relatively small dolphins that can reach lengths of 6-8.5 ft (1.9-2.6 m) and weigh 160-500 lbs Read more.
North Pacific Ocean animal lifeRead more.
Some of the animals who live in the North Pacific Ocean include: -TSF- Read more.
Steller Sea Lion (Eumetopias jubatus)Read more.
The Steller sea lion, also known as the northern sea lion, is the largest member of the Otariid (eared seal) Read more.
Humpback Whale (Megeptera novaeangliae)Read more.
Humpback whales are well known for their long “pectoral” fins, which can be up to 15 feet (4.6 m) in length. Their Read more.

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