doctorow at August 6th, 2013 22:57 — #1
darren_bedwell at August 6th, 2013 23:47 — #2
It would be glorious if the whole chart comparing relative whale sizes, shapes, and conservation status was created as a shaggy dog story.
hi_endian at August 7th, 2013 00:01 — #3
The Pygmy Bryde's Whale doesn't even have its own Wikipedia page, let alone a paragraph. It gets one whole whopping sentence. Not sure it deserves to have its own row on this chart.
tubacat at August 7th, 2013 00:35 — #4
You're kidding, I assume. Poor Pygmy Bryde! Just because nobody's written much about it in Wikipedia doesn't mean it doesn't deserve even a line. It's real, it's alive and I hope it stays that way...
sedanchair at August 7th, 2013 00:46 — #5
We can task 30 or 40 of the folks who spend all their time drawing increasingly refined line drawings of the human penis, and knock this one out in no time
retepslluerb at August 7th, 2013 05:46 — #6
Yeah, but don't forget to scale the human silhouette by two, or the size will be way off.
moseph at August 7th, 2013 07:15 — #7
Wow, I thought the map of where Tucuxi live was a glitch, but no–inland dolphins!
just_ok at August 7th, 2013 07:56 — #8
couldn't they just use a picture of wikipedia's founder?
daneyul at August 7th, 2013 07:59 — #9
I sure hope they can find someone to pinnipedia worthy drawing for Jimmy Whales crab-sourced web site soon! I'd sure hate for it to flounder!
unekdoud at August 7th, 2013 09:22 — #10
Actually, xkcd beat them to it (look at the first 'citation').
uglyredhonda at August 7th, 2013 11:40 — #11
I'm not the first one to find it, but here's the edit in question:
voidptr at August 7th, 2013 12:44 — #12
The joke was added on 19 December 2012, by an anonymous user at IP: 22.214.171.124.
dannajoy at August 7th, 2013 17:39 — #13
Whoa, cool! I actually designed a "cetacean needed" t-shirt in 2011! Now available on Zazzle . . .
doctorow at August 11th, 2013 22:57 — #14
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