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Related to minkes: Common Minke Whale, Antarctic Minke Whale

fly mink

n. a fine woman; a sexually attractive woman. (see also mink.) Who was that fly mink I saw you with last night?
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mink

n. a woman. (Black.) Take this home to your mink. She’ll like it.
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The 2015 minke whaling season has already begun with unconfirmed reports that the first two minke whales have been killed, although the hunt is being delayed because of a strike by veterinarians who are needed to inspect the catch.
After 1940, minkes replaced fin whales as the primary mysticete target of whalers.
Baird Callicott, Whaling in Sand County: A Dialectical Hunt for Land Ethical Answers to Questions About the Morality of Norwegian Minke Whale Catching, 8 COLO.
Antarctic minke whales are among the few species of baleen whales not decimated by commercial whaling during the 20th century, and some scientists have hypothesized that their large numbers are hampering the recovery of deleted species, such as blue, fin and humpback, which may compete for krill.
Minkes eat small fish and will come within metres of the shoreline.
It aims to establish whether minke whales specifically are actually in decline or simply moving further into pack ice habitats out of sight from research vessels.
The 40ft minke was discovered washed up by locals on the Maharees Peninsula in West Kerry.
SYDNEY - Almost all of the mature female minke whales Japan killed in the Antarctic Ocean last year were pregnant, Japan's whaling research body acknowledged Thursday, saying the fact supports their argument the population is thriving and a return to commercial whaling is viable.
But today we were just six miles off the Irish coast, with the promise of minke, fin, humpback and sei whales, which are attracted by the vast quantities of sprat and herring and warmer-than-usual Irish waters.
There is no evidence" for such an idea, says geneticist Steve Palumbi, who surveyed the meat of minkes.
The whales now being slaughtered are part of the same North Atlantic population of minkes which regularly appear in British waters.
If taking 250 minkes is not going to have any negative effect on minke whale stocks around Iceland, how can they claim it is going to increase the annual cod catch?
Both Norway and Japan have lodged reservations against the listing of minkes in the convention, thereby allowing the trade to proceed legally.
She determined that individual minkes could be identified, though not as easily as humpback or killer whales.