Follow US:

How do you pronounce livyatan in English (1 out of 32).

Captions are loading...

Translation of livyatan

Translate livyatan to Go

IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of livyatan

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of livyatan:

livyatan on Youtube

  1. with the epic name of Livyatan melvilli, named for none other than the author of Moby Dick!
  2. But unlike the suction-feeding sperm whales of our times, Livyatan had short, powerful
  3. Also, at 17 meters long, Livyatan wasnt just snacking on squid.
  4. Number 4 Livyatan melvillei Its name was inspired by a biblical foster
  5. When considering the etymology of its name, its not hard to imagine what Livyatan melvillei
  6. Livyatan melvillei had massive, robust jaws, which unlike those of sperm whales, where
  7. Livyatan melvillei was the apex laborer of its time.
  8. Livyatan Melvillei- the deadliest whale to ever live!
  9. Dating the remains that have been found of Livyatan Melvillei show that it lived in the
  10. Livyatan with plenty to feast on.
  11. The mega shark was a similar size to the Livyatan and, while its thought unlikely that the two
  12. Most experts think, for a number of reasons that the Livyatan would have come out victorious
  13. Livyatan Melvillei was a legendary whale of prehistoric times that was a ferocious predator
  14. This doesnt mean, however, that the Livyatan Melvillei was in any way comparable to a sperm
  15. The first confirmed discovery of Livyatan Melvillei remains was made in 12 million-year-old
  16. some predating Livyatan by tens of millions of years, and also giant prehistoric penguins,
  17. The Livyatan, therefore, roamed the waves around South America but is thought to have
  18. Livyatan Melvillei were the ancestors to all of the toothed whales that still exist today,
  19. There have been a number of different species of physeteroid that have, like the Livyatan,
  20. else about the Livyatan was very, very different to the whales we see today.