Fin whales crossing from Europa point towards P Carnero. Today, these 2 giants of the sea have been sighted heading off to the west towards the Atlantic. Although fin whales don´t show their tail when diving, today we could see have lobe of the tail. According to the following article, fin whales show lateral lunge feeding. This is a very curious behavior as the are observed mostly travelling across the Strait of Gibraltar. http://bio.research.ucsc.edu/peop…/croll/…/Tershy_19
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The Bay of Gibraltar is rich in Biodiversity. Many species use it for shelter, for a home and for a migratory path. We are very fortunate to be able to enjoy the Dolphins and Whales that frequent the area. It's a travesty when we don't look out for or respect these wild free animals. DON'T LET YOUR PLEASURE BE THEIR PRESSURE!
Motoring around them at high speed, getting too close or entangling them with fishing lines or nets can end in disaster.