Grey whales spend the summer feeding in the Arctic. Then they swim south along the Pacific coast to breed near Mexico, returning north in the spring. This is a round trip of 20,000 km (12,500 miles), about the same distance as a trip from London in England to Auckland in New Zealand.

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