Longevity Records:
Life Spans of Mammals, Birds, Amphibians, Reptiles, and Fish


Physeter catodon (Sperm whale)

[18]Best, R.C. and H.D. Fisher, 1974. Seasonal breeding of the narwhal (Monodon monoceros L.). Canadian Journal of Zoology 52: 429-431.
[36]Caldwell, D.K., M.C. Caldwell, and D.W. Rice, 1966. Behavior of the sperm whale, Physeter catodon L., in Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises, K.S. Norris, Editor. Berkeley: University of California: p. 678-717.
[80]Frazer, J.F.D., 1973. Specific foetal growth rates of cetaceans. Journal of Zoology 169: 111-126.
[105]Haley, D., 1978. Marine Mammals of Eastern North Pacific and Arctic Waters. Seattle: Pacific Research Press.
[231]Ohsumi, S., 1966. Sexual segregation of the sperm whale in the North Pacific. Scientific Report Whales Research Institute 20: 1-16.
[232]Ohsumi, S., T. Kasuya, and M. Nishiwaki, 1963. The accumulation rate of dentinal growth layers in the maxillary tooth of the sperm whale. Scientific Report Whales Research Institute, Tokyo 17: 15-36.
[256]Rice, D.W., 1978. Sperm whales, in Marine Mammals of the Eastern North Pacific and Arctic Waters, D. Haley, Editor. Seattle, WA: Pacific Search Press: p. 82-87.

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