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20 October, 05:54

Gray whales feed on tiny organisms called plankton. Eastern populations of the North Pacific gray whale spend their winters breeding off the coast of Baja, California. Around April, these whales move north to their feeding grounds off the coast of Alaska.

In which direction do gray whales migrate in the fall?

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  1. 20 October, 07:12
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    Gray whales migrate south.

    Explanation:

    After the summer, gray whales migrate south to the west coast of the US and Canada. Most of the migrant whales are pregnant mothers who are in a hurry to reach the warmer waters of Baja California, before the winter arrives.
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