Sunday, May 28, 2017

Sperm whales today!

At this time of the year we often see more baleen whales than sperm whales, but they are always around and this morning we spotted them. They were feeding and showed us two tails! During the morning tour we also found a pod of common dolphins quite active. In the afternoon we sighted a shy group of Risso's dolphins, the third resident species in the day, but it was quick because our lookout had something else to see ... fin whales!


Photos from today:

One of the sperm whales tails this morning

Look at the rough back and dorsal fin of the sperm whale

Sperm whale about to go for a deep dive

Another fluke of sperm whale
Physeter macrocephalus | Sperm whale

Delphinus delphis | Common dolphin

Delphinus delphis | Common dolphin

Balaenoptera physalus | Fin whale
Balaenoptera physalus | Fin whale with a Cory's shearwater

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