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When surfacing for air, which discrete cetacean does NOT splash?

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When surfacing for air, the Harbor Porpoise will not splash and make a visible display that could attract predators. Instead, the Harbor Porpoise will roll from beak to fluke, arching his back, in order to blow out old air and in breathe in fresh air.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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