Saturday, January 26, 2013

Information about Humpback Whales

The Humpback Whale is an amazing yet majestic giant whale, which is known as the Megaptera Novaeangliae species. People travel by boat to the warm coastal waters, in order to watch the whales as the play in their normal habitat. Many companies offer an experience of inexpensive whale watching for tour groups all over the world like: Princess Monterey Whale Watching and Whale One. People enjoy being able to get up close and personal to the whales, as they play within their own habitat.

How to identify a Humpback Whale?

Did you know that a Humpback Whale is a massive mammal which weighs about 40 tons and can grow to be up to 62 feet long? This whale has a distinct hump on its back and they have largest flippers of every other animal in the sea. This majestic whale is the fifth largest mammal in the ocean and they have two blow holes, instead of one like most whales. Enchanted Learning (2012), the Humpback Whale can be four different colors, but their fluke will always have patches of white on it.

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