Pacific gray whale

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The Pacific gray whale, or just the gray whale, is a baleen whale (suborder Mysticeti). Their diet consist primarily of small crustaceans and tube worms. They live in both the North-east and North-west of the Pacific Ocean. Adult gray whales can reach a size of about 50 feet. They migrate frequently along the Pacific coasts of North America and Asia.

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