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- Weight: At birth, false killer whales weigh 80kg (175 lb) and when they are mature they weigh between 1.1 and 2.2 tonnes.
- Standing 5 metres high and more than 4 tonnes in weight, the INTEGRAL spacecraft is impressive.
- A German Army Airbus plane landed in Florida on Saturday with 10 tonnes of food rations to be transported to the disaster area.
- All iron mines with an output of 61,000 tonnes fell to Poland.[ 10] Of 37 furnaces 22 went to Poland, 15 to Germany.
- All iron mines with an output of 61,000 tonnes fell to Poland.
- Of a coal output of 31,750,000 tonnes, 24,600,000 tonnes fall to Poland.
- 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.
- There follows two lists of countries by milk production (MT = million tonnes).
- The salt mines of Huaiyin have more than 0.4 trillion tonnes of deposits, one of the greatest collections of deposits in China.
- These experimental operations produce only a few hundred tonnes of krill per year.
- 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.
- 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 are usually between seven and 10m long and can weigh up to 10 tonnes when fully grown.
- 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.
- March 28 - Over 1,000 tonnes of filth are removed from demolished Sydney, Australia buildings in areas affected by the bubonic plague outbreak.
- 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.
- The ACP countries together have an average annual production of 3,9 million tonnes(4).
- Approximately 3 million tonnes of tea are produced on a global scale annually.
- In 2003, 1.4 million tonnes of tea were exported, a decline of 2.6% compared to 2002.
- Production of organic tea is rising; 3,500 tonnes of organic tea were grown in 2003.
- The largest animals in the sea today are planktonivores - of the eleven modern species that regularly exceed 10 tonnes, ten are planktonivores.
- The Soyuz rockets will be able to carry three tonnes instead of the usual 1.7 tons.
- 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 is Spain's leading commercial port, with 60,000,000 tonnes (66,000,000 short tons) of cargo in 2004.
- 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.
- By comparison, an early mainline QR train on the steep Toowoomba section had a 32-tonne steam locomotive hauling a mere 70 tonnes.
- Balaenids are large whales, with an average adult length of 15 to 17 metres (45-50 feet), and weighing 50-80 tonnes.
- It is a large whale (15m, 30 tonnes when adult), and is well known for its breaching and other displays.
- It is a large whale: an adult usually ranges between 12–16 m long and weighs approximately 36 tonnes.
- The whale market in Japan is now 2,000 tonnes a year, worth £70 million.
- In 1993 the total world production of crude oil was 3164.8 million tonnes, of which the USA consumed 787.5 million tonnes .
- Tianjin Municipality also has deposits of about 1 billion tonnes of petroleum, with Dagang District containing important oilfields.
- MEC Coal is developing two coal blocks in the province with estimated reserves of 2 billion tonnes for which the construction work has begun.
- 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.
- For example, the United States, the largest single emitter, annually pumps into the atmosphere approximately 20 tonnes of CO 2 per person.
- 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.
- The United States Department of Energy alone has 470,000 tonnes.[ 10] About 95% of depleted uranium is stored as uranium hexafluoride (UF 6).
- 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.
- Each second, more than 4 million tonnes of matter are converted into energy within the Sun's core, producing neutrinos and solar radiation.
- The particles produced in these collisions will be detected in four huge detectors each weighing in the region of 10,000 tonnes.
- Overall, Portugal consumes about 4,000 tonnes of snails each year.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Every year humans emit around 25 billion tonnes of CO 2 into the atmosphere, which equals approximately 48,000 tonnes every minute.
- Females are smaller, reaching up to 8.5 m (28 ft) and a weight of about 5 tonnes.
- In the Sri Lankan gill net fishery, one dolphin is caught for every 1.7-4.0 tonnes of tuna landed.
- The River Thames is unique in Europe with 50 million tonnes of goods and 5 million passengers carried each year.
- Annual catch exceeds 2 million tonnes, or one half of the Russian Far East total.
- In 2006, worldwide production was estimated at 146.5 million tonnes.[ 4] It is used in commercial cleaning products.
- About 3,000,000 tonnes of tea are produced worldwide annually.
- Once its mission is accomplished, the ATV, filled with up to 6.5 tonnes of waste, separates.
- Last year, nearly 8,000 tonnes of waste was transferred by this method incurring one of the highest disposal costs in Scotland.
- Bamiyan's governor has been told by the central government she will receive only half the 10,000 tonnes of food the province requires.
- 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.
- Discovery left behind nearly eight tonnes of cargo and equipment on the International Space Station (ISS), including a new tank full of ammonia coolant.
- Spacecraft sizes now range from nanosatellites (<10kg) to major observatories (16 tonnes) and the International Space Station.
- Pando (Quaking Aspen), an aspen colony, is the oldest known clonal colony at possibly 80,000 years, and the heaviest at 6,000 tonnes.
- 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.
- For comparison, the Soyuz capsule, which Soviet and Russian cosmonauts have been riding to orbit since 1967, weighs around seven tonnes.
- Mammals > Marine Mammals > Cetaceans > Orca
* Balaenoptera Borealis
* Baleen Whale
* Blue Whale
* Blue Whales
* Chinese Navy
* Humpback Whale
* Killer Whale
* Low Earth Orbit
* Metres Long
* Metric Tons
* Million Tonnes
* Minke Whale
* Newborn Calf
* Payload Mass
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