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- Gray whales inhabit coastal waters of the Northern Pacific ocean with distinct Eastern and Western geographic populations.
- Gray whales eat tiny sea creatures, filtering them through their baleen, the stiff, bristle-like structures that line their upper jaws.
- One of the greatest of migrators, grays can travel over 12,000 miles each year between their feeding and breeding grounds.
- The Gray whale is readily identifiable. It has mottled gray skin, two blowholes, and a hump with spinal bumps behind its head.