Like all baleen whales, the humpback finds its dinner among the small shrimp-like creatures known as krill. The baleen don’t hunt so much as graze through enormous schools of krill, moving through the krill open-mouthed and then trapping the krill in the ridges on the roofs of their mouths.
Famous for their dramatic leaps and vocal symphonies, humpbacks have provided excitement to thousands of whale watchers, especially around Hawaii. - PP
Peter Parnall - Recess
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