The 75-foot beached whale found at the Point Loma Wastewater Treatment Plant will be used for conservation research focused on pregnant white sharks. Last week, the dead whale washed ashore in the same location a 2011 whale carcass. It is believed by NOAA scientists the whale was hit by a ship and sustained injuries causing… Read more »
Tag: Finback Whales
Curious and Playful Grey Whale Behavior
The grey whale makes one of the longest annual migrations of any mammal on Earth. Traveling from the Bering Sea to Mexico’s warm-water lagoons, these whales search for a protected area to give birth to calves. In the video below, a mother and her calf can be seen amusing the ecotourists onboard the ponga. The… Read more »
Whales and Anchovies…is there a connection?
We have recently uploaded our Ultimate Sea Life Adventure to Youtube. Although it combines video from a few different trips, the clips accurately represent the sea life we encounter while on the Sea Star. Blue whales, finback whales, dolphins, sea lions, humpback whales, and minke whales can be seen feeding, traveling, and having some care… Read more »