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Gray whales inhabit coastal waters of the Northern Pacific ocean with distinct Eastern and Western geographic populations.
Gray whales eat tiny sea creatures, filtering them through their baleen, the stiff, bristle-like structures that line their upper jaws.
One of the greatest of migrators, grays can travel over 12,000 miles each year between their feeding and breeding grounds.
The Gray whale is readily identifiable. It has mottled gray skin, two blowholes, and a hump with spinal bumps behind its head.
Gray Whale: Pathfinder Pendant
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Pottery-like jewelry of artisanal quality, fresh design, and intrinsic meaning are embodied in each handmade piece from a DeWitt, Michigan studio where artists use proprietary techniques to create a richness of detail not found in other media. These beautifully rendered pieces are known for their educational and interpretive value as they elicit wonder and personal meaning to customers.