Humpbacks and gray whales are different species.
Gray whales are baleen whales. The Sperm whale is the only really big toothed whale.
grey wolves were first discovered in north America
yes gray whales have theet
Yes, Gray whales are endangered.
Gray whales are baleen whales; they filter food out of the water.
No. Killer whales eat gray whales.
Gray whales - like all whales - are warm blooded.
the first whale was discover in the 1500's
no. gray whales do not hunt. they feed on krill.
yes gray whales are mammals. They are marine mammals.
Only Killer Whales (Orcas) prey on gray whales.
Their population number is between 18,000 and 30,000 Gray Whales.
gray whales are black and gray with whale lice and barnacles and a triangle head and bumpy skin
The gray whales get their food from the ocean or body of water that they live in. - posted by M6
umm....tough one but blue whales are unharmful and gray whales are very harmful for example 'the killer whale"...
No gray whales are killed. Indigenous communities in Alaska kill 50 bowhead whales a year.
The California coast is an excellent place to see gray whales as they migrate.
Adult gray whales can stay underwater for approximately 10 - 15 minutes.
Killer Whales (Orcas), Large Sharks, and Humans are the Gray Whales only natural predators
Breeding behavior is complex and often involves three or more gray whales. The Gestation period is about one year, and females reproduce biennially. The calf is born tail first, and measures about 4 meters in length at birth. The Gray Whales give birth to their young in shallow lagoon waters. This is done to protect the newborn from predators like sharks and orcas
Grey Whales are not extinct.
Gray whales and hump back whales migrate to have birth.