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What made this encounter unique, though, is that as the whale blew water from its blowhole, a rainbow appeared.
And just a few weeks ago in Australia, an octopus clung to a dolphin’s back, dangerously close to its blowhole.
In a new study last week of the West's southern resident killer whales, scientists captured infectious agents not typically associated with whales in exhalations from the animals' blowholes.
When Anthony Parnell, a teen from Las Vegas, drowned after falling into a blowhole in rocks at Thousand Steps beach in Laguna in February 2015, Daffron was there to help his family negotiate days of uncertainty.
As Equinac points out in their post, dolphins, unlike fish, breath oxygen in the air through their blowhole, not oxygen in water with gills.
With no sense of fear, the whale exhaled from its blowholes, threw its fluke up and continued to dive for more food.
Trump exhaled from his anus-like blowhole and put it ever-so-delicately: The NFL ratings are down massively.
Video by GEMM Lab, Oregon State University One can, if extremely motivated and even more patient, collect feces, skin and blubber samples, and even respiratory vapor from a whale’s blowhole.
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