National Geographic : 1940 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE WITH ONLY TWO TEET1I, TRl'E'S IIEAKKI) WHALE STI1.1 . ATS \W\ELL. Only eight specimens have been seen by naturalists, all in the Atlantic. Apparently Tlrue's Beaked Whale lives far from the haunts of man. It eats squid and other tisl. ^-^ _____ ', . ' © National G(eographic Society Paintings by Else Hostelmann SCARS OF iAT'IT.E )DISFIURE THll HID)E OF THIS CUVIER'S HEAKE:) WIIALEI The pairs of scratches were made by the two teeth in the lower jaws of a pugnacious rival during the mating season. (Cuvier's Beaked Whale, sometimes called " goose-beaked," is found the world over. Some females are brown beneath, with a central spotted area.