RT0984-Dv. Dwarf Minke Whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata subspecies) swims near the Great Barrier Reef. They are thought to live to at least 50 years, grow to 25 feet long, and reach sexual maturity at approximately 20 feet when they are 6-8 years old. Calves are 6-7 feet at birth and grow quickly. Great Barrier Reef, Australia, Pacific Ocean.<br />
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RT0984-Dv. Dwarf Minke Whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata subspecies) swims near the Great Barrier Reef. They are thought to live to at least 50 years, grow to 25 feet long, and reach sexual maturity at approximately 20 feet when they are 6-8 years old. Calves are 6-7 feet at birth and grow quickly. Great Barrier Reef, Australia, Pacific Ocean.
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