OTHER WORDS FROM cetaceance·ta·ceous, adjective
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How to use cetacean in a sentence
Some scientists have guessed that the unusual cetacean may be a hybrid of whale species, while others have wondered if it may be deaf.
However much the cetacean acrobatics look like mirth, we would be wrong to put that idea onto what we’re seeing.The Whale Who Will Come Soon - Issue 105: Whale Songs|Rebecca Giggs|September 8, 2021|Nautilus
Regardless of the purpose of their soulful howls, whale songs are a cost-effective way to study cetaceans.How bomb detectors discovered a hidden pod of singing blue whales|Sara Kiley Watson|June 15, 2021|Popular-Science
Firstly, a range of cetacean behaviors are interpreted as displays of notable intelligence.Whale and dolphin brains produce more heat than those of humans. What exactly does that mean?|Paul Manger|April 10, 2021|Quartz
That would put mole-rats on the ever-expanding list of animals known to have such dialects, a list once limited to songbirds and cetaceans.Like humans, naked mole-rats have regional accents|Rahul Rao|February 25, 2021|Popular-Science
He went and stood on the bank, in the interest of science, and studied the habits of the cetacean, but he got no results.
He ran away through the woods around the north shore, and I ran after, to see him study the habits of the cetacean.
In his agony, the great cetacean, instead of sounding, threw himself blindly toward the boat.South American Fights and Fighters|Cyrus Townsend Brady
The enormous cetacean disappeared and reappeared as the waves rose and fell, showing its black back like a rock in open sea.The English at the North Pole|Jules Verne
One must harpoon him like a cetacean with questions to make him talk at all.