Pilot-whale



noun
1.
a small, common whale, Globicephala sieboldii, of tropical and temperate seas, having a bulbous head.
noun
1.
any of several black toothed whales of the genus Globicephala, such as G. melaena, that occur in all seas except polar seas: family Delphinidae Also called black whale, blackfish

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