Because they aren't heavenly fish.................
Well, Blue Whales have a blue-gray tint.
Gray whales belong to the Group of baleen whales, filter feeders. They don't have teeth, more like an arrangement of Combs, sieves to Catch krill and small fish.
Gray whales eat primarily shrimp-like creatures called amphipods. However, they may eat plankton, mysids, herring eggs, krill, and fish while migrating.
yes gray whales have theet
Yes, Gray whales are endangered.
Humpbacks and gray whales are different species.
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.
no. gray whales do not hunt. they feed on krill.
yes gray whales are mammals. They are marine mammals.
Gray whales are baleen whales. The Sperm whale is the only really big toothed whale.
They are baleen filter feeders, eat tiny fish, krill, and plankton.
Only Killer Whales (Orcas) prey on gray whales.
Their population number is between 18,000 and 30,000 Gray Whales.
"Devil fish" because of the way it fought the whalers who tried to harpoon and kill him.
gray whales are black and gray with whale lice and barnacles and a triangle head and bumpy skin
Gray whales eat small fish and occasionalyy zoo plankton. Gray Whales feed on benthic crustaceans that are found on the sea bed. The whale scoops up sediments from the sea floor and filters out edible particles and feeds on them. Crustaceans like Krill, small lobster, shrimp etc would form the food chain of the gray whale.
The gray whales get their food from the ocean or body of water that they live in. - posted by M6
No gray whales are killed. Indigenous communities in Alaska kill 50 bowhead whales a year.
They don't eat fish. Gray Whales feed on benthic crustaceans that are found on the sea bed. The whale scoops up sediments from the sea floor and filters out edible particles and feeds on them. Crustaceans like Krill, small lobster, shrimp etc would form the food chain of the gray whale.
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