Blue whales: the largest animal that ever lived — Eyes on the Wild

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[This is the first of a couple of posts on whales, as a result of a trip I just took to Baja California (which is in Mexico, as opposed to upper California which is in the USA). All the photos are taken from a small rocking boat, and the whales are usually not that close, […]Blue whales: the largest animal that ever lived — Eyes on the Wild

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[This is the first of a couple of posts on whales, as a result of a trip I just took to Baja California (which is in Mexico, as opposed to upper California which is in the USA). All the photos are taken from a small rocking boat, and the whales are usually not that close, […]

Blue whales: the largest animal that ever lived — Eyes on the Wild

The BBC reports Scientists say they have seen a remarkable collection of blue whales in the coastal waters around the UK sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia. Their 23-day survey counted 55 animals – a total that is unprecedented in the decades since commercial whaling ended. Read full article at : ‘Astonishing’ blue whale numbers at South […]

via ‘Astonishing’ blue whale numbers at South Georgia  — Natural History Wanderings