Gray's beaked whale (Mesoplodon grayi), sometimes known as Haast's beaked
whale, the Scamperdown whale, or the southern beaked whale, is one of the ...
Gray's beaked whales are slightly better known than other beaked whales. There
have been several live sightings of individuals and small groups in the wild.
One of the more easily distinguished members of its genus, Gray's beaked whale
has a particularly long, slender snout, or 'beak', which is white in adults, with a ...
Mesoplodon grayi von Haast, 1876. English: Gray's beaked whale. German: Gray
-Zweizahnwal Spanish: Zifio de Gray, ballena picuda de Gray
Range Description: Gray's beaked whale is primarily a southern Hemisphere
cool temperate species, which is apparently circum-Antarctic in occurrence (
Gray's beaked whale is a medium size toothed whale that can be found living in
the cool waters of the southern hemisphere. In addition to being known as ...
Oct 13, 2009 ... Gray's Beaked Whale is the second-most commonly stranded of the beaked
whales in Australia, and is the most common beaked whale to ...
The distinctive spindle-shaped beak, which is contrastingly paler than the rest of
its head, means that adult males, at least, of this species may be one of the ...
The general distribution of Gray's beaked whales, Mesoplodon grayi , is in the
oceans of the southern hemisphere, south of 30 degrees latitude. Original ...
Adult Gray's Beaked Whales are dark grey, with pale patches on the belly and
uro-genital area (Jefferson et al. 1993). Anterior to the blowhole the melon and ...