We started with a fin whale and a humpback whale in the same area! The fin whale surfaced close to our bow, taking its time crossing the bow and swimming down our left side before moving off! I am always amazed at the size of these huge whales! The humpback kept us on our toes and this one is one of four who we have not yet identified.
|Humpback arching up to go down|
|First humpback of the day|
Next, we found two more humpbacks near each other. One had a very pointed fin, while the other had a much more rounded fin. The pointed fin whale had a lighter tail, while the rounded fin whale had a nearly all-dark tail! The lighter whale is still awaiting identification, while the darker whale was found to be Osprey, a whale first seen in 2007.
|Anyone recognize this tail??|
|Osprey, the humpback whale|
|Atlantic white sided dolphins|
Such a beautiful day to start our weekend! Thanks for joining us!
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