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Baleen Whale
 
Aetiocetus P Aglaocetus P Amphicetus Archaebalaenoptera Archaeschrichtius
Ashorocetus P Aulocetus Balaena Balaenella Balaenodon
Balaenoptera Balaenotus Balaenula Belonodelphis Burtinopsis
Cephalotropis Cetotheriomorphis Cetotheriomorphus Cetotheriophanes Cetotheriopsis P
Cetotherium P Chonecetus P Cophocetus Delphinodon Diorocetus P
Diunatans Eobalaenoptera Eomysticetus P Eoplatanista Eschrichtioides
Eschrichtius Eubalaena Eucetites Eucetotherium Gricetoides
Grypolithax Hadrodelphis Halicetus Herpetocetus Heterocetus
Heterodelphis Hibacetus Idiocetus Imerocetus Incacetus
Isanacetus Isocetus Janjucetus P Joumocetus Kampholophos
Kampholophus Kekenodon P Kentriodon Kurdalagonus Leptodelphis
Liolithax P Llanocetus P Lophocephalus Lophocetus Macrokentriodon
Mammalodon P C Manicetus Mauicetus Megaptera Megapteropsis
Mesocetus Mesoteras Metopocetus Micromysticetus Microphocaena
Miocaperea Mioceta Mixocetus P Mizuhoptera Morawanocetus
Morenocetus Nanisocetus Nannocetus Notiocetus Otradnocetus
Pachycetus Palaeobalaena Palaeocetus Parabalaenoptera Parietobalaena
Pelocetus Periplocetus Peripolocetus Phococetus Pinocetus
Piscobalaena P Piscocetus Pithanodelphis Plesiobalaenoptera Plesiocetopsis
Plesiocetus Praemegaptera Probalaena Protobalaena Protororqualus
Rhachianectes Rhegnopsis Rorqualus Rudicetus Sarmatodelphis
Siphonocetus Sophianacetus Sormatodelphis Tagicetus Thinocetus
Tiphyocetus Titanocetus P Tretulias Ulias Uranocetus
Vampalus Willungacetus Yamatocetus Zignodelphis

Name The name (genus) of the life form.
  Life Form Family Group  The family group to which the life form belongs.
This life form is Globally Extinct.  or  At least one species of this life form still exists today.  The 'cross' symbol indicates that this life form is globally extinct whereas the 'heart' symbol indicates that at least one species of this life form still exists today.
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