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we saw 4 different whales including a mother and calf, we were able to see the baby feed and the mother dive down displaying her huge tail (Bram got as excited as us at this point, its apparently rare for blue whales to dive deep...More
Blue whales are the biggest creatures that have ever lived, They are sadly very rare. Normally they live in the wide oceans and are therefore out of sight to all but the lucky few. However there are a number of places where they can be...More