Hello! I'm new here and although this is my first post, I'm afraid I'm going to have to go with something weird to start. Here goes!
So I noticed that Wailord is really light considering its size. In fact, it is less than one sixth the weight of a real blue whale's tongue! I got curious, and decided to calculate Wailord's density. I had to make some geometrical approximations, so I assumed that Wailord's height and width were both about 2/5 of it's length. I then approximated its shape as a cylinder with half of a sphere on each end. Anyway, long story short, I calculated its volume as 332 cubic meters, and therefore, its density was about 1.2kg/cubic meter.
The funny thing is, that is the same density as air (at sea level and 20 degrees centigrade) according to Wikipedia!
Does anyone have suggestions as to a better approximation of Wailord's size or better yet, the volume to length ratio from Colosseum? I want to get more accurate on this now and find out for sure whether or not Wailord is less dense than air. If it is, it'd be awesome! Like a big whale blimp. XD