Humpback Whale. By : Danielle. Biome. Humpback whales live in all oceans but are uncommon in artic regions. During summer months they migrate to higher altitudes. Description. Dark gray to black on their backs white patterns on their stomach. Chunky, Heavy bodied
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Humpback whales live in all oceans but are uncommon in artic regions. During summer months they migrate to higher altitudes.
Size related to a bus:
Humpback whales are omnivores. They will eat:
Humpback whales have only 1 predator, humans.
There is an estimated 25,000 to 30,000 left.
Humpback whales are endangered because of:
Humpback whales gained protection in 1962 through the International Whaling Commission. Since then they have shown signs of recovery in the North Atlantic.
Female Humpback Whale helping calf to the surface.
Humpback whales communicate by doing vocalizations.