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How to use blowhole in a sentence
If true, it would mark the first evidence of seawater entering blowholes.
Along the way, she recorded when the whales breathed and if seawater covered their blowholes.
One team has just shown for the first time that seawater enters whale blowholes.
The single blowhole is located well to the left of the midline and far forward on the head.
The huge, distinctly box-shaped head and the position of the single blowhole to the left front of the head are unmistakable clues.
The body is long and slender, and the head is narrow and gently tapered from the area of the blowhole forward.
In any case, be careful to leave the blowhole free so that the animal can breathe.
The blowhole was large and somewhat unsymmetrically placed, the right angle being the more anterior.The Beaked Whales of the Family Ziphidae|Frederick True
British Dictionary definitions for blowhole
- a vent for air or gas, esp to release fumes from a tunnel, passage, etc
- NZ a hole emitting gas or steam in a volcanic region