Miles<br />Gray whale<br />
Where I got my information    www.arkive.org Nationalgeographic.com/graywhaleGray Road to Recovery: Gray Whale. 2008<br />
LIFE CYCLES<br />It takes a gray whale about two months to swim to Baja Mexico. As it  grows older, the gray color turns s...
appearance<br />Gray whales have parasites that makes their snouts and backs look like a crusty rock.<br />
Appearance<br />Gray whales do something called spy-hopping.  It’s like peaking out of the water.<br />A gray whale spy-ho...
conservation<br />Before people started to protect gray whales in 1937,there were about a 1,000 left.<br />By 1997 their n...
Diet<br />The gray whale uses its snout to forage by dislodging small creatures from the seafloor.   Gray whales eat krill...
Habitat<br />Gray whales’ home is the Pacific Ocean. Some gray whales live near Korea, Japan and Russia.<br />
The whales near, Japan and Russia are endangered. There are about 100 of them left near Korea, Japan and Russia. People ki...
conservation<br />People destroy gray whales homes. Gray whales are killed for there blubber. <br />
Interesting facts<br />A gray whales live up to 50 years old. A gray whale is called different names.<br />
Interesting facts<br />Gray whales are called devil fish, hard head and mussel diggers. Gray whales can swim more then 10 ...
Habitat<br />Gray whales spend their summers in the Sea  of Oknotsk. Gray whales leave their homes to migrate. <br />
Diet<br />Gray whales are benthic feeders . That means that they eat at the bottom of the ocean. Gray whales eat plankton,...
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  1. 1. Miles<br />Gray whale<br />
  2. 2. Where I got my information www.arkive.org Nationalgeographic.com/graywhaleGray Road to Recovery: Gray Whale. 2008<br />
  3. 3. LIFE CYCLES<br />It takes a gray whale about two months to swim to Baja Mexico. As it grows older, the gray color turns spotted.<br />
  4. 4. appearance<br />Gray whales have parasites that makes their snouts and backs look like a crusty rock.<br />
  5. 5. Appearance<br />Gray whales do something called spy-hopping. It’s like peaking out of the water.<br />A gray whale spy-hopping is similar to treading water.<br />
  6. 6. conservation<br />Before people started to protect gray whales in 1937,there were about a 1,000 left.<br />By 1997 their numbers grew to 20,000.<br />
  7. 7. Diet<br />The gray whale uses its snout to forage by dislodging small creatures from the seafloor. Gray whales eat krill <br />
  8. 8. Habitat<br />Gray whales’ home is the Pacific Ocean. Some gray whales live near Korea, Japan and Russia.<br />
  9. 9. The whales near, Japan and Russia are endangered. There are about 100 of them left near Korea, Japan and Russia. People killed them.<br />Whales are killed for their oils.<br />
  10. 10. conservation<br />People destroy gray whales homes. Gray whales are killed for there blubber. <br />
  11. 11. Interesting facts<br />A gray whales live up to 50 years old. A gray whale is called different names.<br />
  12. 12. Interesting facts<br />Gray whales are called devil fish, hard head and mussel diggers. Gray whales can swim more then 10 miles.<br />
  13. 13. Habitat<br />Gray whales spend their summers in the Sea of Oknotsk. Gray whales leave their homes to migrate. <br />
  14. 14. Diet<br />Gray whales are benthic feeders . That means that they eat at the bottom of the ocean. Gray whales eat plankton, fish, mollusks, krill and sea worms.<br />

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