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In 2004, The New York Times wrote an article about the loneliest whale in the world. Scientists have been tracking her since 1992 and they know the problem:  Her voice is unlike any other baleen whale. While the rest of her kind communicate between 12 and 25hz, she sings at 52hz.  No other whales can hear her.   “A cryptozoologist has suggested that the 52-Hertz whale could even be a hybrid between two different species of whale, or the last survivor of an unidentified species. She is alone.

World's Loneliest Whale Sings At The Wrong Frequency

The loneliest whale in the world :: Her name is 52 Hertz, she is an unknown species of baleen whale, sings a melancholy song no other whale will answer and travels the ocean alone

the loneliest mix - the songs of 52 hertz whale

The Loneliest Whale - 52 Hertz

the loneliest mix - the songs of 52 hertz whale

The Lonely Whale's Cry for Love by techgnotic on DeviantArt

Archive The Lonely Whale’s Cry for Love :icontechgnotic: :iconharousel: . The Lonely Whale's Cry for Love

52-hertz whale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - The Loneliest Whale

TIL there is an individual whale of an unidentified species that calls at the highly unusual frequency of 52 Hertz (the highest normal average is 39 Hz), compelling scientists to call this the "world's loneliest whale"

52 Hertz Whale (so alone) | Inspired by the latest post on m… | Flickr

52 Hertz Whale (so alone) | Inspired by the latest post on m… | Flickr

52 Hertz Whale (so alone) | Inspired by the latest post on m… | Flickr

52 Hertz Whale (so alone) | Inspired by the latest post on m… | Flickr

52-Hertz Whale (School And Library) (Bill Sommer & Natalie Haney Tilghman)

52-Hertz Whale (School And Library) (Bill Sommer & Natalie Haney Tilghman)

The loneliest whale in the world has no family, no friends and no lover. And it’s sad as to why. You see, most whales communicate between 12 and 25hz. This whale? She sings at 52hz. Singing at that frequency means no other whales can hear her. 52 hertz is just higher than the lowest note […]

The loneliest whale in the world will hit you right in the feels

This sad story spoke to me. I believe it can be compared to humans because no wants to be the lonely whale. And yet, so many of us are the lonely whale.

52 hertz whale by kaanbagci on DeviantArt. The only whale on earth to sing at 52 hz.  No other whale can hear him

52 hertz whale by kaanbagci on DeviantArt. The only whale on earth to sing at 52 hz. No other whale can hear him

52 Hertz Whale Song: Follow the link to hear the song of the 'loneliest whale' in the world. http://pinterest.com/pin/223999714/ #Whale_Song #Loneliest_Whale

TIL a frequency whale call from an unidentified species has been heard since the it is thought that only one whale uses this frequency, who scientists call the "World's Loneliest Whale.