Take hold of the hand, and you are struck with its cetacean feel.
This cetacean was obtained on the coast of the island of Rugen, in the Baltic.
The lumbar vertebrae are fewer than in any other cetacean, being only two.
The tail was of the cetacean pattern, and thus like that of Halicore.
There is one passage which seems to imply that the word tannin may signify a cetacean.
Sometimes two or more species of cetacean are found together.
The cow whale brings forth young each year, but triplets or even twins are unknown in the cetacean family.
One must harpoon him like a cetacean with questions to make him talk at all.
Appendix E lists institutions to be contacted in the event of a cetacean stranding or for information.
In the same way may be explained the triconodont teeth of Seals and of the cetacean Zeuglodon.
Any of various, often very large aquatic mammals of the order Cetacea, having a hairless body that resembles that of a fish. Cetaceans have an elongated skull, a flat, horizontal tail, forelimbs modified into broad flippers, and no hind limbs. They breathe through blowholes located usually at the top of the skull. Whales, dolphins, and porpoises are cetaceans. See more at baleen whale, toothed whale.