Icewhales are huge baleen whales with thick rounded bodies, record large flukes, conspicuous black-spotted white chins and the biggest mouths in the world. These massive whales can weigh up to 100.000 kg, the second largest animal species next to the Blue Whale. They can reach lifespans of over two hundred years which makes them the longest-living mammals on the planet. Year-round bound to the sea-ice, the Icewhale is the only large whale endemic to the Arctic.