Whale Watcher

FOLLOWING THE WHALES

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WHALE WATCHER

What's this all about ?

Whale watching has become our passion that brings true joy in our lives. We have dedicate a lot of our time to fallow the whales, learn about their habits and enjoy the company of other fellow whale hobbyists we meet.  We have launched this website to share with all of you, our interests for those amazing creatures. The best is still to come so give us some time and make sure to visit our site regularly to find out what is coming up!

Meanwhile make yourself at home here, enjoy the stay and let others 
know about this site.

WHALE WATCHER

About Us

  • Baleen, Toothed, Beaked, Dolphins, Porpoises - we try to keep up with all of them. It's a work in progress but we are almost there. Come and have a read about your favourit whale species.

    Whales
  • Whale watching has become our passion. We dedicate a lot of our time to fallow the whales, learn about their habits and enjoy the company of other fellow whale hobbyists we meet.

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  • Whale watching from the boat, land, air, swimming with the whales, photography tools & tips, members photos of the whales.
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Blue whale

Blue whale

The blue whale is the largest existing animal and the heaviest that has ever existed (30 metres in length and 190 tonnes).

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Sperm whale

Sperm whale

Sperm whale The brain is the largest known of any modern or extinct animal, weighing on average about 7.8 kilograms more than five times heavier than a human's, and has a volume of about 8,000 cm3.

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Bowhead whale

Bowhead whale

The bowhead whale- recent data have shown that specimens might reach 200 years of age, the longest of any mammal.

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Spade-toothed whale

Spade-toothed whale

The spade-toothed whale- this species has never been seen alive, so nothing is known of its behavior.

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Beluga

Beluga

Beluga communicate using sounds of such high frequency, their calls sometimes sound like bird songs; for this reason belugas have been given the nickname "canaries of the sea".

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Common bottlenose dolphin

Common bottlenose dolphin

Common bottlenose dolphin has a bigger brain than humans. Numerous investigations of bottlenose dolphin intelligence include tests of mimicry, use of artificial language, object categorization, and self-recognition.

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