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FALSE KILLER WHALES
METRES HIGH
FOOD RATIONS
IRON MINES
COAL OUTPUT
COUNTRIES
TRILLION TONNES
HUNDRED TONNES
ATV
FIVE TONNES
ADULT MINKE WHALES
WHALE MEAT
BUBONIC PLAGUE OUTBREAK
AVERAGE ANNUAL PRODUCTION
TEA
ORGANIC TEA
LARGEST ANIMALS
THREE TONNES
SEVEN TONNES
ALGECIRAS
ANNUAL CATCH
MERE 70 TONNES
LARGE WHALES
LARGE WHALE
JAPAN
WORLD PRODUCTION
BILLION TONNES
METRIC TONNES
UNITED STATES
IMPORTS
ENERGY
COLLISIONS
SNAILS
REPRESENTING
ATMOSPHERE
FEMALES
DOLPHIN
MILLION
WORLDWIDE
WASTE
FOOD
CREW
INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
YEARS
COCAINE
ORBIT
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False Killer Whales

  1. Weight: At birth, false killer whales weigh 80kg (175 lb) and when they are mature they weigh between 1.1 and 2.2 tonnes.

Metres High

  1. Standing 5 metres high and more than 4 tonnes in weight, the INTEGRAL spacecraft is impressive.

Food Rations

  1. A German Army Airbus plane landed in Florida on Saturday with 10 tonnes of food rations to be transported to the disaster area.

Iron Mines

  1. All iron mines with an output of 61,000 tonnes fell to Poland.[ 10] Of 37 furnaces 22 went to Poland, 15 to Germany.
  2. All iron mines with an output of 61,000 tonnes fell to Poland.

Coal Output

  1. Of a coal output of 31,750,000 tonnes, 24,600,000 tonnes fall to Poland.

Countries

  1. The amount of mango exports from these countries in 1999 was approximately 326,000 tonnes which is almost half of all the world's mango exports.
  2. There follows two lists of countries by milk production (MT = million tonnes).

Trillion Tonnes

  1. The salt mines of Huaiyin have more than 0.4 trillion tonnes of deposits, one of the greatest collections of deposits in China.

Hundred Tonnes

  1. These experimental operations produce only a few hundred tonnes of krill per year.

Atv

  1. In order to perform this re-boost the ATV may use up to 4.7 tonnes of its own propellant at intervals of 10 to 45 days.

Five Tonnes

  1. Net loss of five tonnes of cod and herring fishery per an extra minke whale are estimated to result in Barents Seas.

Adult Minke Whales

  1. Adult Minke whales are usually between seven and 10m long and can weigh up to 10 tonnes when fully grown.

Whale Meat

  1. In 1997 2,000 tonnes of whale meat were sold for $30m - a single 10 tonne Minke Whale would thus have been worth $150,000.

Bubonic Plague Outbreak

  1. March 28 - Over 1,000 tonnes of filth are removed from demolished Sydney, Australia buildings in areas affected by the bubonic plague outbreak.

Average Annual Production

  1. In 2000-2004, the average annual production of dried seaweeds in the Philippines was nearly 125 000 tonnes, with a value averaging about USD 139 million.
  2. The ACP countries together have an average annual production of 3,9 million tonnes(4).

Tea

  1. Approximately 3 million tonnes of tea are produced on a global scale annually.
  2. In 2003, 1.4 million tonnes of tea were exported, a decline of 2.6% compared to 2002.

Organic Tea

  1. Production of organic tea is rising; 3,500 tonnes of organic tea were grown in 2003.

Largest Animals

  1. The largest animals in the sea today are planktonivores - of the eleven modern species that regularly exceed 10 tonnes, ten are planktonivores.

Three Tonnes

  1. The Soyuz rockets will be able to carry three tonnes instead of the usual 1.7 tons.

Seven Tonnes

  1. Basking Sharks are the second largest fish in UK or Scottish waters, growing to 10 metres in length and weighing up to seven tonnes.

Algeciras

  1. Algeciras is Spain's leading commercial port, with 60,000,000 tonnes (66,000,000 short tons) of cargo in 2004.

Annual Catch

  1. The annual catch in Antarctic waters seems to have stabilised around 100,000 tonnes of krill, which is roughly one fiftieth of the CCAMLR catch quota.

Mere 70 Tonnes

  1. By comparison, an early mainline QR train on the steep Toowoomba section had a 32-tonne steam locomotive hauling a mere 70 tonnes.

Large Whales

  1. Balaenids are large whales, with an average adult length of 15 to 17 metres (45-50 feet), and weighing 50-80 tonnes.

Large Whale

  1. It is a large whale (15m, 30 tonnes when adult), and is well known for its breaching and other displays.
  2. It is a large whale: an adult usually ranges between 12–16 m long and weighs approximately 36 tonnes.

Japan

  1. The whale market in Japan is now 2,000 tonnes a year, worth £70 million.

World Production

  1. In 1993 the total world production of crude oil was 3164.8 million tonnes, of which the USA consumed 787.5 million tonnes [40].

Billion Tonnes

  1. Tianjin Municipality also has deposits of about 1 billion tonnes of petroleum, with Dagang District containing important oilfields.
  2. MEC Coal is developing two coal blocks in the province with estimated reserves of 2 billion tonnes for which the construction work has begun.

Metric Tonnes

  1. When completed, Burj Dubai will have used 330,000 cubic metres of concrete, 39,000 metric tonnes of steel rebar and 142,000 sq.m.

United States

  1. For example, the United States, the largest single emitter, annually pumps into the atmosphere approximately 20 tonnes of CO 2 per person.

Imports

  1. The live food fish trade in Hong Kong, for example, is estimated to have driven imports of live food fish to more than 15,000 tonnes in 2000.

Energy

  1. The United States Department of Energy alone has 470,000 tonnes.[ 10] About 95% of depleted uranium is stored as uranium hexafluoride (UF 6).
  2. The shuttle is no exception, but since it weighs about a hundred tonnes, it has to lose nearly twenty times as much energy as did the Apollo command module.
  3. Each second, more than 4 million tonnes of matter are converted into energy within the Sun's core, producing neutrinos and solar radiation.

Collisions

  1. The particles produced in these collisions will be detected in four huge detectors each weighing in the region of 10,000 tonnes.

Snails

  1. Overall, Portugal consumes about 4,000 tonnes of snails each year.

Representing

  1. The total global production of farmed shrimp reached more than 1.6 million tonnes in 2003, representing a value of nearly 9,000 million U.S. dollars.
  2. The total global production of farmed shrimp reached more than 1.6 million tonnes in 2003, representing a value of nearly 9 billion U.S. dollars.
  3. Up to 2000, the Mint's refined fine gold output totaled 4,500 tonnes, representing 3.25% of the total tonnage of gold produced by humankind.

Atmosphere

  1. Every year humans emit around 25 billion tonnes of CO 2 into the atmosphere, which equals approximately 48,000 tonnes every minute.

Females

  1. Females are smaller, reaching up to 8.5 m (28 ft) and a weight of about 5 tonnes.

Dolphin

  1. In the Sri Lankan gill net fishery, one dolphin is caught for every 1.7-4.0 tonnes of tuna landed[4].

Million

  1. The River Thames is unique in Europe with 50 million tonnes of goods and 5 million passengers carried each year.
  2. Annual catch exceeds 2 million tonnes, or one half of the Russian Far East total.
  3. In 2006, worldwide production was estimated at 146.5 million tonnes.[ 4] It is used in commercial cleaning products.

Worldwide

  1. About 3,000,000 tonnes of tea are produced worldwide annually.

Waste

  1. Once its mission is accomplished, the ATV, filled with up to 6.5 tonnes of waste, separates.
  2. Last year, nearly 8,000 tonnes of waste was transferred by this method incurring one of the highest disposal costs in Scotland.

Food

  1. Bamiyan's governor has been told by the central government she will receive only half the 10,000 tonnes of food the province requires.

Crew

  1. At just over 150m long and displacing 7,000 tonnes, HMS Dauntless will have a crew of 190 and a range of 7000 nautical miles.

International Space Station

  1. Discovery left behind nearly eight tonnes of cargo and equipment on the International Space Station (ISS), including a new tank full of ammonia coolant.
  2. Spacecraft sizes now range from nanosatellites (<10kg) to major observatories (16 tonnes) and the International Space Station.

Years

  1. Pando (Quaking Aspen), an aspen colony, is the oldest known clonal colony at possibly 80,000 years, and the heaviest at 6,000 tonnes.

Cocaine

  1. In 2003 HMS Cumberland (in partnership with RFA Wave Knight) seized 3.6 tonnes of cocaine in the mid-Atlantic as part of an anti-drug operation.

Orbit

  1. For comparison, the Soyuz capsule, which Soviet and Russian cosmonauts have been riding to orbit since 1967, weighs around seven tonnes.

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