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a grayish-black whalebone whale, Eschrichtius robustus, of the North Pacific, growing to a length of 50 feet (15.2 meters): now rare.
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The gray whale (Eschrichtius robustus), also known as the grey whale, gray back whale, Pacific gray whale, or California gray whale is a baleen whale that ...

Gray Whale | National Geographic


The whale uses its snout to forage by dislodging tiny creatures from the seafloor. It then filters these morsels with its baleen—a comblike strainer of plates in the ...

Gray Whale | American Cetacean Society


The only member of the family Eschrichtiidae, the gray whale is a mysticete, or baleen whale. It is a "coastal" whale that migrates along the North American ...

The Marine Mammal Center : Gray Whale


Information on gray whales such as description, and range.

Gray Whale | Species | WWF


Gray whales have a hump and a ridge of sharp bumps along their backs, instead of a dorsal fin. They are a type of baleen whale, which means they filter food ...

Wild Whales » Grey Whale (Eschrichtius robustus)


IDENTIFICATION. Size – adults range from 11 – 14 metres. Colour – mottled grey skin with scarring and pigmentation – much of the body is covered with ...

Whale's Tail Charters | Gray Whale Facts | Learn More Now


Information About Gray Whales | Visit Whale's Tail Charters website to learn to get more information about whales. Depoe Bay, Oregon | Tours | Book Now.

Eschrichtius robustus (Gray Whale, Grey Whale) - IUCN Red List


There are historical accounts of living gray whales from Iceland in the early 1600s and possibly off New England (USA) in the early 1700s (Rice 1998).