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Some of the features listed seem like they're neat, but I don't see them as being a cause of fascinating in their difference from other mammals. They nurse under water - right, that's neat, but since we've established that they're sea critters how fascinating is that, exactly? A few others are like this. Plus, while there's more text here than in some CP articles, this feels awfully stub-like. Other than being an evolutionary mystery that confounds scientists, what can you tell us about these whale thingies? Aziraphale 03:47, 12 March 2007 (EDT)

Big change

OK, I think included everything that was relevant from the original article and kept the list of 'things that are cool about whales'. I've included a section on the evolution of whales that can be expanded by anyone that wants to include the cool fossils and such like or break down the systematics of whales and dolphins --Igor nz 02:06, 21 March 2007 (EDT)


This whole article still sounds like it was written by a very young person. It reads very unprofessional. Perhaps a biologist here could clean it up?Palmd001 20:52, 25 March 2007 (EDT)

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