The smallest whale, Kogia sima, grows to only about 9 feet long (about 2.7 meters). They are hard to spot, but are found most commonly in the waters near the southern United States.

NOAA dwarf sperm whale leaping small kogia sima

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CMS: Whales & Dolphins
Cascadia Research
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