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In 2015, J26 "Mike" became an uncle to J52 "Sonic". Last month, J52 died of starvation at just two and a half years of age. When I took this photo of J26, his nephew was still alive. We had no idea Sonic would only be around for seven more months... Follow us @Whales._.MyLover Make sure you push like follow for daily pics! Thank you my friend
My dad was in town for #fathersday weekend and he took me out for sushi and then for whale watching, which ended up being dolphin watching. It was incredible- we were in the midst of a pod of hundreds of dolphins showing off for us!
My dad is so giving and loves to treat me which has shown me the heart of Father God in that way. Dad I love that you are a people person, that you’re always cracking wise ones, and that you truly value your family. I’m so glad you’re you! Happy Father’s Day!
Was a great day! We saw two whales swimming along together. I missed the big flip but saw lots of little spurts and humps and one tail slap. I didnt take photos of the whales as I wanted to enjoy the moment and soak it all in. Finished the day watching the new moon set with great company! Happy 17 years anniversary!
Guess who’s back?! Our humpback whales were so excited to see us again they’ve come back to Tonga early this year!
Our Whale Swim partners had their first swim this weekend And as we prepare for another magical season, Greg from Whale Swim, Fish and Dive has put together this beautiful new video of their whale adventures last year.
So if you’ve been dreaming of coming to Fafa Island to swim with whales this year, here's some Monday motivation for you... Whale Swim, Fish and Dive pick up our guests right here on Fafa for an unforgettable day out swimming with humpback whales including lunch on a deserted island... To check availability for accommodation you can contact Fafa Island on email@example.com and to find out more about the Whale Swim experience and book your spot, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're an ocean or animal lover, these are the moments dreams are made of... The video is not optimized for Instagram but you can see the full version on our Facebook page
One possible purpose of breaching is for whales to communicate. Leaping up out of the air and slapping down onto the surface of the water produces and incredible sound. This behavior can be a form “yelling” to other whales in the distance- or for when the conditions are rough
This 22-year-old Biggs killer whale made headlines last month for getting his tail snagged in a crab pot line north of Victoria and had to be assisted by a trained Fisheries and Oceans Canada disentanglement team. He seems to have a fancy for floats, since he's been seen pushing them around on previous occasions. Fortunately, he passed by every float on this day in early June. Photo courtesy of photographer Val (@shorelinesnaturephotography