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Jane’s Journal – King Septus’ Day On Planet Earth

Team StoryWeavers|December 03, 2021, 16:07 IST| 1

Dear Diary,

Can you believe that King Septus saw a Blue Whale for the first time today?  He was surprised. It was then that Jax and I explained to him about the Blue Whale. Here are some cool facts about Blue Whale for you too:

  • Blue whales are the largest animals ever known to have lived on Earth. 
  • Their tongues alone can weigh as much as an elephant.
  • They sleep while swimming. Isn’t that awesome?
  • And, they use only half of their brain while sleeping.
  • A sieve-like structure in their upper jaw helps them filter food from the seawater. 
  • Also, they have small brains as compared to their huge bodies.
  • And, even though we cannot hear them underwater, blue whales have one of the loudest voices on Earth.
  • These blue-grey giants have a long, streamlined body, a wide head, huge flippers, a powerful tail and a small dorsal fin.
  • Blue whales are among Earth’s longest-living animals.

Wish we could see the Blue Whale again! What a wonderful time we had on King Septus’ submarine. 

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Mariam Taqui Ali (pro tip: the middle name is pronounced tuh-key) A Word slayer, pluviophile, baker, traveller; among other things, knows the correct usage of punctuation and the difference between your and you're. She spent some time (read a lot of time) writing, editing and keeping track of word counts. Her trysts with writing and editing has led her to interact with experts from diverse industries like healthcare, wellness, HR, business and technology. Having experienced all that, she continues her professional explorations, to learn, to grow and to be a value add. Drop in a line at [email protected] if you liked her stories, have something nice to say, or if you have compelling ideas to share!

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Devanshi

August 28, 2021

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