MadSci Network: General Biology

Subject: Do sharks attack carniverous, toothed, whales?

Date: Fri May 18 15:59:57 2001
Posted by Arthur
Grade level: teacher/prof School: Osseo Public Schools
City: osseo State/Province: MN 55422-1032 Country: USA
Area of science: General Biology
ID: 990215997.Gb

I saw on a science movie that sharks attack baleen whales.  Do they attack 
orcas or sperm whales?  I have no immediate need to know this but I am curious 
and no one I talk to seems to know or care.  Also, why could not sound signals 
be used to separate porpoises from tuna to prevent porpoises from being 
netted.  I offered this suggestion to Greenpeace when they sent me a plea for 
money and got no response.  Does a non response mean that the idea is stupid?

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