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Massive fin whale, humpback whale and minke whale sightings today

Massive baleen whale sightings today.

In addition to the six humpback whales (3 pairs) observed today that included some nice friendly visits, we had one big bad whale: a fin whale! You may recall that the fin whale is the close cousin of the giant blue whale and, as such, it is the second largest animal that ever lived on Earth. The fin whale was in the same area as all the rest of the great feeding activity we have been enjoying in the northeastern Channel. Four Minke whales and approximately 400 common dolphins were also watched.

Wow, what a day. Bob Perry Condor Express

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