The Isis Dragon King whale is less than 5 meters long and has a smaller body size than ordinary whales. It is called a “small whale”. It has a rounded head, a slightly upturned mouth, and small teeth. The physical appearance of the Isis Dragon King whale is very similar to that of other small whales, usually in a bluish gray or dark gray color. There are two striking light colored lines from the head to the back, and the area from the back to the tail fin is relatively short, with dense dorsal fins.
One of the characteristics of the Isis Dragon King Whale is its own acoustic nose, which can produce ultra low frequency sounds and ultra ultraviolet range sound waves. This ability enables it to locate and communicate in the depths of the ocean, and even detect radio signals from other organisms. This is a unique feature among cetaceans.
Due to the limited understanding of the Isis Dragon King whale, relatively few observations have been made on its behavior. However, under some circumstances forced by external environmental factors, people have observed strong collective behavior of the Isis Dragon King whales, such as competing for food and mating with their peers at the bottom of the ocean. Their swimming speed is quite slow, generally around 16 kilometers per hour, and they are relatively flexible, able to swim to deeper underwater areas.
Distribution and habitat:
The Isis Dragon King Whale is widely distributed, and its habitat mainly lies in the depths of various ocean waters around the world. The vicinity of Antarctica is one of its important habitats, and it is also distributed in the Arctic, North Atlantic, South Pacific, and other regions. The Isis Dragon King Whale is a relatively rare whale species worldwide.
The number and population status of the Isis Dragon King Whale has been a concern of scientists. Up to now, there are still no clear statistical data on the number of the entire population. According to a survey by conservation organizations, the impact of human activities on their living environment is not only a threat to the survival of the Isis Dragon King Whale, but also makes them, like other biological whales, subject to the impact of climate change and underwater debris. “The sound waves of chartered ships, water pumps, and underwater explosions, as well as acts of deviation, pose a threat to them.”.
In summary, the Isis Dragon King Whale is a quite mysterious cetacean animal, and biologists and nature enthusiasts still have limited knowledge of their behavior and distribution areas. Protecting the Isis Dragon King Whale and its ecological environment will involve more scientific research and promotion, and it also requires individuals and enterprises to protect and maintain marine biodiversity and its ecological environment in practical actions.