During the summer they live in the murky waters of the Arctic Sea while they feed. Then in Autumn they start a migration to the Baja California peninsula in Mexico, where they live during the winter in shallow lagoons when they reproduce. Juveniles and calves also enter the lagoons though they do not reproduce. On early spring they begin they journy back to the Arctic.
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The grey whale was put on the endangered species list because of people over hunting them and habitat destruction
yes the sperm whale is 80 tons the grey whale is 8 tons
The grey whale has a parasitic relationship with whale lice, which grows on the back of grey whales, among the barnacles.
The Grey Whale is a deep/open sea creature but being free swimming it can appear anywhere in it habitat (the ocean).
the grey whale
The gray whale and the grey whale are the same whale however, depending on if you are American or English there is a different spelling. UK English uses the spelling "grey" while American English uses the spelling "gray".
a habitat of a killer whale is hotter places like the pacific ocean
it is in the ocean
humpback. grey whale, sperm whale, blue whale, balouga whale and many more
Grey Whale - Eschrichtius robustus
They are Grey.
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Whale migrate they do not and cannot hibernate.
Animals from England which have gone extinct include the grey whale. The grey whale went extinct in around 500 BC.
The beluga whale habitat is artic and sub artic.
The humpback whale habitat is in all the oceans in the world.
Because they live in the ocean, their habitat is called "Maritime".