Humpback whales live in a wide range of ocean depths depending on a variety of factors. They typically inhabit depths of 200m to 1500m (660ft to 4920ft). In some areas they are found as deep as 2000m (6560ft). The depth at which humpbacks can be found varies based on their activity such as feeding and breeding. The depth of the ocean they inhabit also depends on the season with humpbacks spending the summer months in shallower waters and the winter months in deeper waters.
Humpback whales can dive to great depths in order to feed reaching as far down as 300m (984ft). During these dives they can remain underwater for up to 45 minutes. When feeding humpbacks usually dive to depths of 30m (98ft) to 60m (197ft) where they search for fish and plankton. They then swim to the surface with their mouths open and swallow their prey.
Humpback whales may also dive to deeper depths for other activities. For example when migrating humpbacks may dive to depths of 500m (1640ft) or more. On their journeys they can reach depths of up to 1500m (4920ft). They also use deep waters as a refuge from predators and to avoid rough weather.
In general humpback whales can be found in a wide range of ocean depths from 200m (660ft) to 2000m (6560ft) or more. The exact depths they inhabit depend on their activity season and location.
whales(humpback whales),dolphins,pengiuns,seals they all live in tha Atlantic ocean and fish .
The blue, fin, minke, gray, and sperm whale. These whales are not only species that might be a variation of Humpback whales but are acknowledged to have interactions with Humpback whales.
Humpback whales breed in tropical and subtropical waters such as the Arabian sea and the Gulf of California
Humpback whales use their tails to slap their predators.
Yes. The Bryde's Whale, humpback whale, short-finned pilot whale and the sperm whale are all whales that either live permanently, or travel through, warm and tropical waters.
HumpBack whales live in the ocean.
humpback whales live where they live because it has LOTS of water
The Humpback Whales live incoastal orcontinental self waters.
Humpback whales don't live in groups except if a has a baby then it will have two whales. 98.5% sure :)
the humpback whales live in a biome called marine
they live in the sea
Taxonomically speaking, humpback whales belong to the family Balaenopteridae. Socially, humpback whales generally do not retain lasting social bonds.
Humpback whales live in the epipelagic layer (down to 600 feet below sea level) of most of the world's oceans, because that is where their food is. It is not known how deep they dive.
Humpback whales migrate to feed, and breed. They are found in different seas in different seasons.
Yes Humpback whales do live in Antarctica. To give birth to their calf's.